Are You Leaving Cash on the Table?
5 Signs You're Wasting the Power of Your TMS
Thursday, November 10, 2016 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, November 10, 2016 2:00PM
Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor, Logistics Management
Bill Madden, Director of Managed Services, LeanLogistics
The cost-saving opportunities available through a TMS are endless, but it takes a special skillset to uncover the problems, formulate solutions, and implement changes. Does your transportation team have the depth of knowledge to really leverage what the sophisticated data is telling them? Or would partnering with a managed service provider be more cost effective?
we'll examine some of the more advanced capabilities a transportation management system holds that are rarely utilized. You'll see comparison savings between technology-only users and managed service professionals using the same TMS.
Attendees will learn:
- What are the warning signs you are wasting the power of your TMS?
- Where can you look to find "out of the box" savings?
- Performance ratings for managed services team
- Where to find daily network benchmarking updates
- How to stay a step above your competitors
Get ready to cash in on some savings strategies within your TMS.
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