Study highlights 3Gtms optimization functionality,
integration capabilities and more
Shelton, Conn. June 7, 2017 — 3Gtms, Inc., a global provider of Tier 1 transportation management software, announced that Armstrong & Associates, Inc. (A&A) has released a case study profiling the capabilities and differentiators of the 3GTMS transportation management system (TMS). A&A is a leading provider of supply chain marketing research and management consulting services.
The A&A case study remarks on the intellectual capital that the 3Gtms business model emphasizes. Notably, the leadership team’s long and deep tenure in the TMS industry and how the company “leverages its industry knowledge to think of the implications of software changes 5—10 years down the road.” The 3Gtms TMS software is noted for simplifying the “often-complex area” of optimization, its self-configurability and customization capabilities, and its integration and connectivity. In addition, A&A spotlights 3Gtms’s industry-leading customer retention rate and the customer-centric culture behind it.
“3Gtms is a rapidly growing transportation management systems provider with solid customer retention,” said Evan Armstrong, president of A&A. “With solid transportation planning and optimization capabilities, it is well-positioned to compete with traditional TMS providers such as JDA and Oracle. 3Gtms has grown to be a go-to solution for 3PLs and shippers looking for TMS with top-notch transportation planning functionality.”
“We appreciate A&A’s review of our solution and their valuable perspective of its benefits to the industry,” said Mitch Weseley, CEO of 3Gtms. “The case study aligns with the differentiators that our customers report to us: Our team’s solid intellectual capital and long tenure in the TMS industry, the ease of integration that our TMS provides, and the power to self-configure that gives customers more speed and flexibility. We are committed to continually developing our software to respond to the industry’s realities.”
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