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Remove the Silos to Achieve Improved Logistics Agility


September 05, 2013

When it comes to world-class transportation and logistics management, companies must strive to deliver on two critical mandates: containing costs and sustaining service.

With the unprecedented power of the omni-channel consumer driving behavior in the global marketplace, companies - regardless of where they sit in the supply chain - must not only find new ways to achieve efficiencies and operational control, but also to accomplish these objectives with the agility necessary to competitively serve today’s end consumer.

Unfortunately, the traditional “siloed” approach to transportation won’t get you there. What is needed? 

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