Brokers align with TMS providers in push for data-driven supply chains
Amazon Freight is expanding its reach into the commercial trucking arena. The e-commerce giant’s truckload brokerage ...
SUPPLY CHAIN 24/7 writes: “Challenged by rising freight rates, driver shortages, tight truck capacity, and changing customer demands, shippers are using more technology to work through these and other transportation-centric problems. As the true workhorses of the supply chain management software cluster, transportation management systems(TMS) have become the “must have” for companies that ? working under the pressures of e-commerce and omnichannel ? need to move beyond clipboards, spreadsheets, and phone calls to manage their increasingly sophisticated transportation networks.”
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