Five Ways to Reduce Freight Costs with Easier Data Analytics
Thursday, September 27, 2018 | 2PM ET
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Thursday, September 27, 2018 2:00PM
Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, Logistics Management
Adriano Viterbo, Analytics and Audit Program Manager, Logistyx Technologies
For most shippers, the challenge to reduce freight spend isn’t about setting up cost-saving programs – it’s about gaining visibility into shipping data to support their decisions. The task of gathering all carriers’ delivery data and normalizing was often too time-consuming and lacked real-time visibility. Until now.
Join us to learn the key ways in which are helping shippers more quickly identify savings, by providing:
- Flexible, transportation-focused analysis tools and pre-configured connections to carriers’ data portals for faster set up
- The same in-depth data insights as carriers have on freight, fuel and accessorial spend, for better negotiating power
- Easy data visualization and analysis tools to uncover cost-saving opportunities such as zone skipping and DC placement
- ‘What if’ tools that enable you to view cost and service implications of changing a carrier or service level across the country or in a specific region
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