We talk with hundreds of transportation management software (TMS) system buyers every year.
The cloud TMS evolution has not only brought capabilities that were unthinkable just a few years ago, but it has also opened up the opportunities of companies of all sizes to top ties systems that previously were off limits because of cost.
Everything you need to know about domestic intermodal and how to be successful implementing it into your logistics strategy. Gives tips, tricks and insights on intermodal and what to watch out for when converting from truckload to intermodal.
It can be argued the transportation management software (TMS) system is the most important IT software platform companies need to drive a competitive advantage in their industry. The reason for this thought is supply chain management has increasingly become far more complex and customers are demanding more.
A top tier cloud transportation management software (TMS) system can be a game changer in delivering a competition advantage for any company, but many businesses remain on the sidelines over concerns of an implementation during COVID-19.
Implementing a transportation management software (TMS) system remotely can be challenging, no matter the business environment.
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InTek Freight & Logistics provides 53' domestic intermodal capacity for Guitar Center's Brownsburg, Indiana facility.
Freight pricing is the number one topic discussed, whether a buyer, seller or freight market analyst. As we shared in the comprehensive article entitled Freight Costs: An Insider’s Look on Freight Pricing Buyers Should Know there are numerous factors that drive a freight rate either up or down.
What's the Difference in a Consignor and Consignee when Shipping Freight? Every freight transaction involves two parties: consignor and consignee. The terms consignor and consignee are often flipped in people’s minds, so why doesn’t the freight industry not just use shipper and receiver. We’ll get back to that question shortly, but let’s start with the definitions of both.
One of the very first questions a transportation management software (TMS) technology buyer needs to answer is: what type of architecture do they want to operate? The importance of this question cannot be underestimated, as it drives cost, functionality and benefits.