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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.

The company has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most well rounded TMS providers, with a varied customer base comprised of shippers, 3PLs, freight forwarders, freight brokers, and carriers.

Focused on low upfront costs, quick deployment models and less need for internal IT support, companies are turning to the Cloud to manage their end-to-end supply chains.

This guide takes you through the seven steps for selecting the right TMS for your business - you’ll get insights and suggestions from those who recently purchased their own TMS, as well as industry experts so that you can narrow your search and find the TMS that solves your supply chain challenges.

“March Madness” is in full swing in college basketball and some industry analysts might also use a similar term to describe the current transportation environment “Rate Madness”.

MercuryGate announced that it has been named a Challenger in the Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems.

There is clear evidence that Supply Chain Execution systems are valuable in today’s complex supply chain environments.

The December 2017 mandate for electronic logging devices (ELDs) has come and gone, despite last-minute efforts by special interest groups to stop the rule from going into effect. So, now that the dust has settled, is it business as usual? Not totally.

A TMS is a powerful tool for reducing freight costs, but reducing costs at the expense of service is not an option.

A couple of years ago, we set out on a new project to redesign our user interface with the goal of setting a new standard by which all TMS user interfaces would be measured against.

As capacity tightens and freight rates rise, both new and established TMS vendors are coming up with solutions that fit the smaller shipper’s budget while also offering all of the bells and whistles that larger systems offer, and logistics operations of all sizes are catching on.

As more and more consumers turn to online shopping instead of the brick and mortar storefront, many traditional retailers have faced declining sales and massive store closings.

Studies show that not everyone is ready to embrace technology, however a TMS system is essential for today's transportation industry.

Five things to consider when managing cross-border logistics between the United States and Mexico.

10 methods to help increase, and potentially maximize the ROI of your TMS.