What if you could have full control and visibility into all the logistics-related data of your supply chain? Together, control and visibility can give users the power to define, manage and evolve their supply chains, allowing them to cash in on revenue opportunities and be flexible enough to meet ever-changing business and economic needs.
With the right transportation management system (TMS), you can get that level of power along with the ability to automate and streamline manpower, time- and resource-consuming tasks such as finding the best rates, monitoring shipping statuses and managing inbound and outbound shipping schedules. And with the power of predictive analytics at your fingertips, you could take action to dramatically reduce your freight costs and make better decisions faster.
A TMS can be the solution for all supply chains from the simple to the complex. It has become an essential tool for managing the many challenges that come with shipping freight. The right TMS must integrate with your existing ERP system and offer valuable insights into tangible ways to reduce your freight spend, improve your customer service and reduce your cost of goods.
Every supply chain is unique, which means what works for one company might not work for another. This free TMS buyer’s guide will help you put the needs of your unique supply chain into perspective so that you can easily find a system that offers everything you need.
After reading this guide, you’ll have a clear picture of:
What integrations and capabilities you need from a TMS
How long it will take to get started with a new system
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