Supply chain and transportation performance are both very important to manufacturers and retailers. Having greater visibility into transportation operations enables shippers to quickly anticipate problems and efficiently manage exceptions, which in turn helps ensure better quality of service for end customers and generates significant financial gains.
Improving delivery performance with the goal of consistently delivering on-time, in-full (OTIF) is one of supply chain management’s main objectives. It also remains one of the most important levers a company can use to optimize costs. To make such valuable improvements, companies require the ability to reliably measure and analyze their performance on a day-to-day basis.