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2019 Transportation Management Systems Market Update

The transportation management systems market is growing right along with the number of challenges that shippers face in today’s hectic freight transportation environment.

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The transportation management systems market is growing right along with the number of challenges that shippers face in today’s hectic freight transportation environment.

For 2019, we believe the U.S. transportation industry and supply chain professionals will place more emphasis on digitization within the supply chain to help them address future complex challenges.

If your TMS is modern and built with an architecture that doesn’t depend on decades-old technology, the experience of onboarding customers, carriers and trading partners should be faster (and less costly) than what TMS systems of the past could ever provide.

Your transportation management system (TMS) will serve as the centerpiece for your organization’s new supply chain ecosystem, here are five key factors to consider when selecting one.

Here’s how the tariff wars are playing out in the world’s supply chains, and how good visibility, proactive thinking, and reliable supply chain partners can help protect companies of all sizes from the impacts.

Failure to use a transportation management system or tms as part of an e-commerce logistics strategy contributes to higher freight spend by limiting shipping capacity and forcing shippers to continue with spot rates among carriers.

Kuebix, creator of a transportation management system that delivers true freight intelligence, today celebrates the one-year anniversary of Kuebix Free Shipper, the industry’s first free multimodal TMS that offers unlimited rating, booking, and tracking of TL, LTL and parcel freight.

Time-consuming implementations and limited software capabilities are common reasons that technology sometimes doesn’t deliver the optimal return-on-investment.

Cloud Logistics brings same-day, rapid-deployment transportation and logistics management to E2open’s industry-leading business network.

Transportation and logistics companies are getting ready for the holiday season - hiring additional workers, renting warehouse space, adding more drivers or contracting with additional carriers, and putting stock on shelves.

A transportation management system should greatly improve any shipper’s transportation operation and reduce the cost of freight, but it’s important to evaluate how its speed of implementation, user experience, and adaptability are going to impact ROI before committing.

For most shippers, the challenge to reduce freight spend isn’t about setting up cost-saving programs. It’s about gaining visibility into shipping data to support their decisions. Join us to learn how transportation-focused data analytics tools are facilitating easier decision making for shippers.

Have you ever conducted a search for a third-party provider and been disappointed by a slew of responses that come up short or were entirely off the mark? A poorly constructed request for proposal (RFP) could be to blame.

With 15% of carrier invoices being incorrect, manually using carriers’ paper or email invoices to validate billed amounts can easily result in errors - using the right technology, the entire process can be streamlined and automated.

Kuebix, which offers a transportation management system with freight intelligence, has announced Community Load Match which leverages Kuebix’s vast logistics network to help shippers battle the capacity crisis with an easy way to access available trucks.