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21st November

TMS Implementation Drives Long-Term ROI

Selecting a TMS is no easy feat, and in other articles our 3Gtms colleagues have discussed key considerations when choosing a TMS, such as why RFPs don’t tell the whole story and the difference between deployment options. But after the work of selecting a TMS comes the no less rigorous step: Implementation. During implementation, there

16th November

Talking Logistics: Top 5 Factors When Choosing a TMS

Our industry has gone through some significant changes in the last 10 years and we’re likely to go through even more thanks to factors like omni-channel, autonomous trucks and increasingly complex routing. The good news is that a transportation management system (TMS) can give you one of the strongest ROIs of any supply chain management

7th November

Case Study: Mohawk Global Logistics

Go here to view a PDF of this case study. Industry: Domestic and International Logistics Services  Location: Seven offices across New York, New Jersey, Ohio, and Illinois, with headquarters in Syracuse, NY Customer Benefits Customer portal enables clearer and faster communication with clients Expansion of value-added services and greater visibility attracts new clients Improved automation delivers

30th October

TMS Addressing the Changing Needs of Food and Beverage Companies

Between regulatory uncertainties and the changing nature of how customers want to order and receive their goods, food and beverage companies are evolving quickly. And a key part of that is efficiently shipping products to customers with varying needs and requirements. In this article for Food Logistics, our own J.P. Wiggins and other industry experts

17th October

Video: Creating Value through Flexible Pricing Programs

If you’re an LSP, every one of your customers wants the best pricing. But the complexity between pricing and customer needs can hinder ways to confidently deliver the best rates. Beyond simply billing at the order level, consolidated shipment level or load level, your customers may vary by the method or mode at which they’re

10th October

White Paper: Refining TMS Integration Outside the Warehouse

Most TMS systems on the market were designed 15 years ago. The designers at the time couldn’t have foreseen the tight integration that shippers, brokers and 3PLs are required to have today, and so it’s a reality where most TMS systems fall short: Slow on-boarding of new trading partners and carriers, or cumbersome ways to

19th September

3Gtms Names Managing Director of EMEA

Shelton, Conn. Sept. 19, 2017 — 3Gtms, Inc., a global provider of Tier 1 transportation management software (TMS), announced that it has named Chris van der Harst to the new position of managing director, EMEA. In this position, van der Harst will lead 3Gtms’ overseas efforts from its EMEA headquarters in Utrecht, The Netherlands. He

12th September

Increase Speed and Service with Automated Order Processing

As a 3PL, you’re dealing with dozens (if not hundreds) of orders a day. The email arrives in your inbox and typically requires some sort of manual entry on your part: Data is keyed into the system or added to a spreadsheet; or perhaps your customers are required to log into a portal and enter

12th September

Case Study: Redstone Logistics

Go here to view PDF version of this case study Industry: Logistics Services Location: Overland Park, KS Customer Benefits Cut on-boarding time for new customers by several weeks Enable differentiated transportation services and attract new customers Reduce customers’ freight spend while improving customer service RedStone Logistics is a third-party logistics provider specializing in transportation management services.

31st August

Talking Logistics: Differentiating with Flexible Pricing Programs

The sell-side rating methods supported by a TMS solution can easily become a differentiator for a logistics service provider (LSP) and has the potential to decrease maintenance and overhead associated with contract management. Nearly every TMS can support sell-side rates based on contracts or markups, but how extensive and flexible are their methods? In this