The market for transportation management systems (TMS) was $9,600.8 million in 2016, and is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.6 percent through 2025, according to Transparency Market Research. Discover how this technology solution is changing the supply chain and logistics industry.
Advances in technology continue to transform a variety of industries, including the massive logistics industry. Since day one, the logistics industry has been evolving to meet the constantly changing and rising demands of consumers. Discover some of the latest innovative technologies that will change the industry forever.
The qualities I value in a supply chain leader include a combination of technical skills and emotional intelligence. There are only a handful of people I have worked with in my career so far who really stood out to me as supply chain leaders I admire. Those that did had many traits in common.
Despite varying in size and industry, businesses have a few things in common, including the desire to save money and improve efficiencies. In many cases, companies overlook their supply chain, specifically their inbound transportation. Learn about some of the benefits and challenges when it comes to implementing an inbound web portal with this white paper, Examination of an Inbound Web Portal:
I learned about the Roadie app from a coullege a few weeks ago. I downloaded it to see what it was all about and I must admit that it is pretty cool. From small business owners who need to get things delivered fast and at reasonnable prices, to the person selling his or her iPhone on ebay to someone across town (or the country); Roadie delivers on time--on the way! They'll even deliver your dog! Here is a success strory shared on their website.
The infographic by 2FLOW outlines the role of each of these trends and why they must be implemented moving into the digital future. Let’s take a look! The infographic outlines the role of each of these trends and why they must be implemented moving into the digital future. Let’s take a look!
One of the roles that I have as an academic at an Historical Black College and University (HBCU) is assisting students with job placement upon graduation. One of the challenges some students have is connecting with employers. I have encouraged many students to attend a career fair, submit resumes and wait for an invitation to an interview. In my years as an academic, I have graduated nearly 40 students in supply chain management with a high employment rate.