What is contributing to wider use of TMS?

11/4/2013 | Logistics Management (free registration)

More logistics companies are turning to transportation-management systems to deliver freight more efficiently and cost-effectively, according to this article. As TMS use grows in the logistics sector, supply chain analysts say there are eight key trends that contribute to this, such as high demand for embedded analytics and shippers' interest in systems that help utilize backhauls. Also, the growing interest in cloud technology is expected to affect the TMS space in the coming years.

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