5 Reasons to Buy a True SaaS Transportation Management System

Learn how a true SaaS infrastructure can give users real-time benchmarking of transportation rates, and connect your company to a Global Trade Network. You can have aggregated data at your fingertips to determine if you are paying too much, too little, or just the right amount for the market – and that’s only one benefit of true SaaS technology.

Today’s transportation management systems (TMS) are available on different software platforms, from on-premise (installed) to hosted to SaaS (Software-as-a-Service).

The growing preference of industry experts is toward true SaaS, a multi-tenant architecture in which all users operate from a single instance of software.

This centrally located software instance is highly secure and offers significant benefits over on-premise software or hosted systems.

Understanding all of the benefits of a true SaaS platform is key to making the best TMS decision.

Key Benefits of a True SaaS Platform

  • Supply Chain Visibility
  • Cost Structure
  • Flexibility
  • Scalability
  • Business Intelligence

Supply chain visibility, cost structure, flexibility, and scalability, as well as business intelligence, are key benefits of true SaaS platforms, such as BluJay Solutions' Transportation Management.

BluJay Solutions has invested years of development with leading shippers, carriers, and industry analysts to develop best-in-class workflows and processes.

Download this White Paper to learn how BluJay's Global Trade Network provides users with end-to-end visibility and collaboration opportunities to reduce the impact of supply chain disruptions.

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