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How Transportation Management Systems Reduce Costs and Improve Operations

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By Staff
August 08, 2014

Organizations are focused on reducing freight spend, and Transportation Management Systems (TMS) are proven to do just that.  More than likely, you already know this.  What you may not know is where and how a TMS can help you meet your spend reduction objectives.

Join us for a complimentary webcast to learn where companies are in their adoption of TMS, and how improving the use of technology can reduce costs and improve operations.  You’ll also hear from an end-user who will share how they have been able to meet their business goals with a TMS and what they have planned for the future.
     
Tune in to learn more about:

  The latest research on where companies are in the adoption of TMS
  Initiatives companies are taking to reduce transportation and logistics costs
  How TMS technology can reduce your costs and improve operations
  Five operational challenges a TMS can address

  How Land O’Lakes realizes value from its TMS implementation

Presenters:
Adam Cloues, Logistics Specialist, Land O’Lakes
Ginger Conroy, Senior Director, Value Chain Execution Product Marketing,
Oracle Corporation
Bob Trebilcock, Editorial Director, Supply Chain Management Review

 

  Click here to register.

 

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