"Transportation Management Systems Drive Productivity in Short-Haul Markets" Featured in Asphalt Contractor

June 14, 2019 Jennifer Wall

To keep up with the ever-changing business environment, a TMS technology is a necessity to improve business practices and deliver promises made to customers.

The demand for real-time supply chain visibility is becoming the standard, which means it’s no longer enough for consumers to know when their orders have left the plant and then cross their fingers in the hopes that their materials get to the right place at the right time—and in the right condition.

A Transportation Management System (TMS) delivers a paperless approach that makes it possible to collect twice as much data compared to older, paper-based methods. Automating dispatch operations and eliminating the dependence on paper tickets is revolutionizing the efficiencies in which materials can be delivered, and it also does wonders for fleet productivity...

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