For technology supply chains, entering emerging markets can be risky business. Accounting for these logistics challenges is essential.
In the high-tech supply chain, low-tech problems like a lack of manpower and visibility can create big problems. Logistics technology can help.
To move high-tech goods, technology supply chain managers must ensure specialized logistics needs are accounted for during the transportation process.
The technology supply chain moves fast. To keep up, it’s important for shippers to stay on top of the latest challenges and trends impacting the industry.
Customs delays can result in costly problems for healthcare supply chains. Staying on top of complex and ever-changing regulations is essential.
As healthcare facilities move away from stockpiling and toward demand-driven ordering, supply chain managers will need to adjust their approach.
As clinical trials grow more sophisticated and complex, managing the clinical supply chain is becoming increasingly challenging. These solutions can help.
What will the healthcare supply chain of tomorrow look like—and how can healthcare logistics managers prepare? Here are the biggest trends on the horizon.
Logistics services form an ecosystem that represents end-to-end supply chain functionalities. Rather than glue together the pieces with different providers, or let them white label many of their functions, choose an end-to-end solution.
Why growing with a freight audit and pay provider requires a global footprint, technological capability, and supporting all modes of transportation. This is a case for CTSI-Global as a solution to and partner in company growth.
Without a quick, correct, and painless freight accrual processes, shippers may be losing out on a major competitive advantage—and holding operations back.
Compared to more traditional providers, next-gen freight audit companies can improve visibility, maximize savings, and drive constant improvement.
Forget the Tech of Tomorrow—Practical Supply Chain Technology Delivers a Competitive Advantage Today
Most shippers don’t need to spend the big bucks on emerging tech—not when readily available supply chain technology can take operations to the next level.
Global Logistics Management: What It Takes to Handle Europe, Asia, and Latin America at the Same Time
From customs clearance challenges to language barriers, global logistics management isn’t easy. Here’s what it takes to navigate multiple regions at once.
Manually auditing invoices can result in costly mistakes. Here’s why modernizing the freight audit process can put dollars back in a shipper’s bottom line.
Many shippers find it difficult to track and analyze their data. Working with an outsourced logistics provider can help them discover strategic insights.
Most companies are not digging deep enough into their supply chain data, leaving savings on the table. Here’s how to go beyond the surface level.
Modern supply chain technology allows shippers to eliminate blind spots and gain visibility into their operations. Here’s how a TMS dashboard can help.
Not every TMS solution is created equal. But how much difference can there really be between them—and how do you identify the best option for your company?
Disparate systems can make it difficult to collect and analyze logistics data consistently. Here’s how shippers using multiple ERPs can ensure visibility.
To improve operations, reduce costs, and remain best in class, shippers need to know which logistics KPIs to measure. These KPIs are a good place to start.
A freight spend analysis helps shippers gain visibility into their transportation spend, identify hidden costs, and spot opportunities to bring costs down.
Conducting regular RFPs is one of the best ways to keep your LTL shipping costs down. Here’s how to avoid the challenges many shippers run into.