Investing in a transportation management system (TMS) can be more complicated for large organizations that have to reconcile the needs of multiple business units in different geographies. The business models and associated markets can vary widely as well; for example, if the company has grown through acquisitions. Read More…
Think back. When you implemented your transportation management system (TMS), it changed your logistics function and became an integral part of your business. Today, companies are beginning to realize that TMS technology can impact business beyond logistics; it can impact sales and contract management.
From the Panama Canal expansion to the continuous advancement of disruptive technologies, 2016 was another eventful year in the global logistics and supply chain industry. Navigating the opportunities and challenges from an increasingly complex marketplace can be difficult. We’re here to help by delivering insights, solutions, and strategies that address your exact needs for today and tomorrow.
As we kick off the new year, here’s a quick look at our top three blog posts from 2016. While they are the most viewed posts from last year, the topics will continue to have an impact in 2017 and beyond.
7 Ways to Create a Successful Onsite Resource Relationship.Transportfolio
So you’ve made the decision to engage with a global logistics management provider. Now what? You probably realize it’s critically important to keep everything flowing smoothly—especially during the transition and implementation. But figuring out how to do that may elude you. The answer may be to have someone from your new provider actually work in your building. A strategic onsite resource is often a great option whether you’re getting started or have been working with logistics providers for years.