This Forbes article on the transportation management system integration market presents a 360-degree review of freight transportation software technologies from the TMS vendor, systems integrator, and customer perspective. Great read!
Check out this lively conversation with Joe Lynch and Michael Wolf, JBF Client Engagement Director, on this latest episode of the Logistics of Logistics Podcast. They discuss why freight tech fails and what can be done to improve the situation.
“Blue Yonder has the best pedigree of any supply chain company as it pertains to math based, predictive decision making.”
“Despite superb planning and execution of the implementation, there are some ‘typical’ attitudes and issues that shippers have to deal with post-implementation.”
“The ‘burning platform’ is the key to drive the motivation needed to embark on a successful change journey.”
“Return on Investment is a key element of the business case for TMS, or any technology, projects.”
“As a shipper, if you are not utilizing technology to manage transportation functions, you are behind the curve.”
“In a few weeks we were able to make actionable recommendations … that will support 5x growth long term.”
In this podcast episode Brad Forester and Joe Lynch discuss shipper pain points. Brad shares insights on the top 4 shipper pain points that he and the JBF team are hearing about from their customers who are large shippers. JBF… Read More
In this podcast episode Mike Mulqueen and Joe Lynch discuss freight tech trends. Mike shares insights on the largest TMS companies and some of the recent mergers and acquisitions. Mike and the team at JBF Consulting advise and consult the… Read More