You can save up to 25% of your annual freight bill and better control transportation operations with a Transportation Management Systems (TMS).
If you are neither part of the 35% with a TMS nor the 39% planning to buy or upgrade, our question to you is WHY NOT?
In this paper, we will demonstrate the manifest benefits of our Constellation TMS and show you a way you can achieve those benefits with no risk or pain - and we have a multitude of customer references that back our contention!
Recent articles in the trade media decry the relative paucity of TMS implementations among shippers in the U.S., even though the benefits are widely known and accepted - and touted in those publications, as well as by key industry analysts.
In a November 1, 2015, article entitled, “8 Reasons Every Shipper Needs a TMS,” Logistics Management stated,
“As one of the more “mature” offerings within the supply chain management software space, transportation management systems (TMS) are best known for their routing, scheduling, routing (sic), carrier selection, load tendering, and shipment consolidation capabilities.
And while these solutions have been around for a while, a recent survey of Logistics Management readers shows that just 35 percent of shippers are using these systems as part of their overall supply chain management strategies.
On the upside, that same survey also found that 39 percent of companies planned to either purchase or upgrade their TMS during the coming year - a signal that could result in higher adoption rates in the future.”
The Logistics Management article delineates eight significant TMS benefits, and these fall into three categories: improvement in information quality, increases in process efficiency, and reduction in transportation costs.
In this White Paper, we have documented the solutions you can implement to significantly improve your transportation operations and reduce your costs.
We have supported these with mini-case studies from satisfied clients. We have presented you with a quick and painless method to quantify your opportunity and effectively plan your implementation.