Reporting & Analysis

Reporting & Analysis

If you can measure it, you can manage it.

Many of America’s business leaders lack the reporting and analysis tools to measure key performance indicators (KPIs) within their supply chain. Are you paying too much for transportation? Is inventory having a negative impact? Is your supply chain configured to maximize profitability? Do you have access to expenditure data, exception reporting and trend identification for better financial forecasting?

With logistics costs in the United States at nearly 10% of our Gross Domestic Product (GDP), understanding your company’s supply chain costs is critical. To help guide your complex business decisions, Transportation Insight provides actionable reports, customized analytics and web-based technology that give you the vital information you need at your fingertips.

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Do you know the current state of your supply chain?

Executives need supply chain reporting to monitor costs and improve bottom-line profits. Sales leaders want insight into trends at the customer, location, commodity or SKU level. Finance needs reporting for accounting compliance and forecasting. And for logistics professionals, current-state supply chain knowledge supports quick decision making.

Transportation Insight provides reports that inform your logistics team how to shift freight to more economical modes and build larger, more cost-efficient shipments.

Customized Reports:

  • Optimal freight modes: Less-than-truckload (LTL), Truckload and Parcel
  • Aggregation opportunities: Multiple orders combined
  • Optimal shipment routing: LTL, multi-stop, pooled distribution
  • Carrier optimization: Cost versus service
  • In-transit tracking

For more questions on Current State Reporting, contact us.

Hindsight is 20/20. That’s why growing companies are using historical shipping data to identify opportunities for supply chain improvements. Transportation Insight works with you to create and measure customized key performance indicators. Dozens of automated reports identify potential savings, uncover missed opportunities and create accountability. Our business intelligence platform and technology gives you the agility to react quickly to your customers’ changing needs. As you gain historical insight, we help you design continuous improvement solutions.

What kind of reports are in highest demand?

  • KPI analysis
  • Freight savings history
  • Least-cost carriers based on landed cost
  • Missed aggregation opportunities
  • Missed optimized modes
  • Missed shipment opportunities
  • Carrier and vendor compliance

Contact us about Historical Performance Reporting.

Total supply chain costs can impact your ability to increase profits and revenue. Our forward-thinking logistics engineers help you optimize your future supply chain and grow your business by using reports that provide actionable data.

What kind of reports are in highest demand?

  • Proprietary modeling
  • Network rationalization
  • Advanced analytical tools

Transportation Insight’s logistics experts also conduct “what-if analysis” to provide unparalleled decision support on critical business issues. How will mergers and acquisitions impact future operations, supply chain cost and customer service? How can supply chain changes help scale the business during a high growth period? We help you get the answers you need to support your business goals.

Read more about the power of supply chain analysis.


Click here to learn how Insight Fusion, a multi-modal data analytics and reporting platform, can power your decision making in today’s dynamic market.

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As the global supply chain continues to become more complex, we understand that many North American companies face obstacles in growing their companies forward. 

Topics for discussion may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Value chain optimization
  • End-to-end supply chain visibility
  • Continuous supply chain process improvement
  • Supply chain technology and analytics
  • Supply chain best practices
  • Cloud-based technology and business intelligence
  • International logistics
  • Merger and acquisition challenges

I rely on the interactive metrics package to help us make strategic logistics decisions and determine other areas for supply chain improvement.

– Randy Rothfus, North American Logistics Manager, Siegwerk