The implementation of transportation management software is the first step to automation, visibility, and ultimately, cost savings in your supply chain. However, you won’t see ROI in your TMS investment unless you’re actively taking advantage of the visibility it provides. It may be overwhelming trying to decide exactly which data you should be analyzing. According to our TMS team, these are the top five reports you should absolutely be running.
Scott Harrison, Manager of Sales, Support and Development at Southeastern Freight Lines, shares the three metrics that have an impact on LTL carrier capacity.
Using transportation management software (TMS) is a powerful way to gain control and visibility over your supply chain – but trying to decide which TMS to use can be overwhelming. There are so many different software platforms and companies who offer a TMS product. How can you choose the best option for you?
Shipping LTL can be very confusing for a first-timer. It's a complex industry, but we're here to help! For total beginners, we've released a free guide on LTL freight and how to ship it.
The debate about which kind of provider is “better” – asset based or non-asset based – has been ongoing for years. Some argue that they’ll only work with asset based carriers, others swear by sourcing everything to a single 3PL, and a good amount of companies work with a mix of both kinds of providers. When you’re trying to decide which type of provider is a good fit for your business, weighing the pros and cons can be difficult when you haven’t had the experience of working with both. Check out the pros of working with a non-asset based provider in this blog.