Transportation Management System

Transportation Management System

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As conducting business becomes more and more technology driven, choosing the right Transportation Management System (TMS) for your company has never been more critical. Insight TMS®, our web-based transportation management solution, gives you access to tools that empower you to maximize productivity, save time and improve decision making by presenting all of the transportation information you need in one place. Insight TMS allows you to rate shop and select carriers across multiple modes, create shipping documents, tender shipments, track shipments to their destination and more. Eliminating the need for significant capital investment on your part, Insight TMS is hosted, flexible and scalable, easily adapting as your business grows or your technology needs change. Because Insight TMS will help you reduce effort spent on time-consuming and repetitive tasks, you’ll be able to spend more time focusing on managing and growing your business.

Logistics professionals know there are many different variables to consider when evaluating shipment options. With Insight TMS, the critical information you need to consider is located in one place. You will be able to quickly make shipping decisions based on cost, service and transit periods.

You know the best way to make shipping decisions. Insight TMS simply allows you to make those decisions faster. Contact us today to request a TMS demo.

Insight TMS allows you to optimize your shipments by getting accurate answers to your most important questions:

  • Should I ship LTL or Multi-Stop Truckload?
  • Which is the least-cost carrier?
  • Can I aggregate these shipments into one? How much will it cost if I don’t?
  • Which routes would be more cost-effective?
  • Which carrier has the shortest transit time?

Using Insight TMS to produce bills of lading is a big time saver. Instead of manually producing legal documents, you can use a quick, automated process. Insight TMS also stores your data, making future bill of lading production fast and easy.

Always knowing where your shipments are helps you stay ahead of the curve. With the track and trace feature in Insight TMS, you will be able to monitor the status of shipments that are in transit. Views and filters are customizable to your specific needs. But how much of an impact will track and trace really have on your business?

Using this feature, you can effectively:

  • Plan for labor
  • Communicate with customers and vendors
  • Plan for production
  • Monitor and measure in-transit inventory
  • Quickly react to customer and intercompany transfer demands

With the Visibility and Collaboration Module, carriers are able to update shipment activity, so that participants in the process can be notified of milestones in the execution of every shipment. In the event that a shipment is not complete, our system will document, update and route information accordingly to pre-selected parties. With these capabilities you are able to reduce cost, improve service and expedite communication across your supply chain.

Because Insight TMS is capable of integrating with your ERP system, you avoid the burden of installation and maintenance. However, you also gain the advantages of being able to automate logistics functions. Insight TMS can be configured to perform a number of tasks that save you valuable time. Executing shipments, creating bills of lading, rate shopping and exception management are a few examples of what can be fully automated within Insight TMS.

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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