Flexport claims its data advantage can provide 'opportunity in chaos'
Flexport claims it has won business during the tariff war and Covid-19 crisis by making ...
Few companies have achieved the true supply chain visibility that logistics providers have promised for so many years. An interesting new report from analyst Transport Intelligence says the problem lies with the capture of information by different systems, of varying age, controlled by different organisations. But today’s customers expect legacy systems to work just as easily as smartphone apps, leaving businesses with the difficult choice between throwing more investment at internal technology platforms or migrating to new solutions designed to operate as internet services.
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