Executive Briefings

The New Business Case for Inbound Transportation Management

As prices remain under pressure, companies continue to seek ways to drive down operating costs through business process improvements. But one process known to yield exceptionally high return-on-improvement is often overlooked: inbound transportation management.   This white paper addresses the questions of supply chain, transportation and procurement executives who need to lower costs in their functional areas and are weighing the feasibility of an inbound transportation management program.  Drawing from published case studies, we examine the benefits of inbound transportation management both in terms of direct cost reduction and impact on downstream processes.

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As prices remain under pressure, companies continue to seek ways to drive down operating costs through business process improvements. But one process known to yield exceptionally high return-on-improvement is often overlooked: inbound transportation management.   This white paper addresses the questions of supply chain, transportation and procurement executives who need to lower costs in their functional areas and are weighing the feasibility of an inbound transportation management program.  Drawing from published case studies, we examine the benefits of inbound transportation management both in terms of direct cost reduction and impact on downstream processes.

Please CLICK HERE to download this White Paper