Today’s transportation managers operate in complex and often volatile global logistics landscapes, rely on disparate sources of data from logistics service providers (LSPs) and deal with carriers that provide different levels of service with different cost structures.
And, in the face of this, demands on managers are ever-increasing. Take the recent Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) disruptions on the supply chain as an example. Despite these external forces, transportation managers are expected to meet exacting savings targets, improve customer centricity and quickly scale operations to new markets.
With all of these complexities, high costs and even higher expectations, the need to
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