Supply chain technology can only drive a competitive edge if staff know how to utilize it. Here’s how to get the most out of these tools.
CTSI-Global’s Josh Miller spoke at the 2019 American Supply Chain Summit on the benefits of creating a flexible, integrated logistics ecosystem.
Achieving both agility and cost-effectiveness across the supply chain requires a delicate balance. Technology and data provide the key.
The supply chain is integral to a shipper’s bottom line. But how can companies create alignment when the C-suite doesn’t see it that way?
Outsourced logistics management services can help companies optimize their processes, fill capabilities gaps, and expand successfully into new markets.
Proper supply chain succession planning helps companies maintain industry knowledge and ensure smooth sailing, even in the face of unexpected departures.
Implementing a zero paper policy can help shippers reduce invoice exceptions. But this can be more challenging with smaller, non-EDI compliant carriers.
Data is an integral, often underused piece of the supply chain management puzzle. But to optimize their organization, managers need better, not more, data.
TMS solutions provide visibility and efficiency gains that growing companies need to effectively scale. These signs can indicate it’s time to adopt one.
Harnessing a best-in-class TMS solution to streamline their processes, shippers can become a top-choice vendor and retain their most profitable customers.
Becoming a Shipper of Choice can help companies gain a competitive edge in a tight transportation market. Here’s how they gain and maintain this status.
Shifts in the market are a little like the tides. They both change gradually over time, and sometimes, a sudden wave will bowl unsuspecting people over. But by keeping an eye on them, it’s easier to predict what the change will look like and when it will come—making it easier to prepare. That’s why benchmarking […]
A siloed supply chain means missed deliveries and unhappy customers. A visible supply chain is efficient, cost-effective, and leaves customers satisfied.
Handling transportation management manually often leads to error. The right TMS can simplify the process and help businesses realize greater efficiencies.
With limited carrier capacity and fewer drivers on the road, companies can gain a competitive edge by being prepared to scale shipping services.
Manually scheduling shipments reduces productivity and increases the risk of error. A transportation management system makes shipment planning a breeze.
CTSI-Global is in a unique position to help shippers achieve more competitive freight pricing. Here’s how we save our customers money year over year.
Failing to audit freight invoices can be a costly mistake. Here’s how to easily, efficiently audit invoices at scale and put money back in the bottom line.
The customer experience is critical—but friction along the supply chain can sour a company’s reputation. Here are a few ways to change that.
Why Standardizing Shipping Processes Across the Supply Chain Can Trigger a Chain Reaction of Efficiency Gains
Looking to maximize supply chain efficiency? Standardizing shipping processes across the organization is a crucial but often overlooked step.