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The Next Step in the Evolution of SaaS: Managed TMS® – Case Study

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Our Managed TMS® service represents the next evolutionary step in TMS technology that combines the strengths of the established 3PL model with software as a service (SaaS) technology. Take an in-depth look at this unique TMS solution and find out how three big-name brands are using it to their advantage.




September 21, 2011

C.H. Robinson’s Managed TMS® service represents the next evolutionary step in TMS technology that combines the strengths of the established 3PL model with software as a service (SaaS) technology.

A unique category of solutions, Managed TMS® service has emerged for shippers. It combines the strengths of the established 3PL models with software as a service (SaaS) technology, business process outsourcing, global optimization, and consulting expertise. The amalgam of analysis, communications, technology, and deep domain knowledge can be tailored to the needs of each individual shipper. Furthermore, the speed at which the Managed TMS service can be implemented at the shipper’s location makes an impact on operating performance that leads to immediate savings and sustains the savings long term in a cycle of continuous improvement.



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