Taking the Mess Out of TMS

Even in the best times, moving goods internationally can bring obstacles, complexities and headaches for every party involved. Fortunately, there’s a way out.

Today’s global trade landscape is complex. Customers expect the fastest and most efficient shipping. Beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) and third-party logistics (3PL) providers need complete, end-to-end visibility to track cargo. That means a transportation management system (TMS) is now critical for companies of all sizes. No technology system can stop a worldwide disruption—such as a global pandemic—but a best-in-class TMS solution can help companies improve cost control, agility, visibility and execution to ensure the best performance at the lowest cost.

Moving from “the way we’ve always done it” to the supply chain of the future means change. Change is hard, but it doesn’t have to be painful. As BCOs and 3PLs roll out new processes and technology to stay relevant and competitive, it’s possible to mitigate the mess and stress that TMS implementations can cause. Download this white paper to learn how.

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