Executive Briefings

How to Justify the Cost of a TMS by Automating Freight Audit and Payment

Many companies that employ an on-demand transportation management system (TMS) to automate their transportation processes realize double digit savings on their total transportation spend within the first year.

In the report, Transportation Management: an Imperative for Return to Growth, Gartner warned that "freight cost increases will negatively impact profitability and shareholder value for companies that don't take steps to minimize the impact of transportation cost increases." The business case for automating freight audits and payments is a compelling one because, while not everyone has to get a great deal on everything they buy, no one likes to deliberately and repeatedly pay too much, or pay for services they don't receive. Read this white paper to learn how implementing a service-based TMS, together with a well-designed freight audit and payment module help reduce your transportation spend.

Please CLICK HERE to view this Whitepaper.

In the report, Transportation Management: an Imperative for Return to Growth, Gartner warned that "freight cost increases will negatively impact profitability and shareholder value for companies that don't take steps to minimize the impact of transportation cost increases." The business case for automating freight audits and payments is a compelling one because, while not everyone has to get a great deal on everything they buy, no one likes to deliberately and repeatedly pay too much, or pay for services they don't receive. Read this white paper to learn how implementing a service-based TMS, together with a well-designed freight audit and payment module help reduce your transportation spend.

Please CLICK HERE to view this Whitepaper.