Five Ways to Reduce Freight Costs with Easier Data Analytics

Thursday, September 27, 2018 | 2PM ET

Date/Time
Thursday, September 27, 2018 2:00PM
Moderator
Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, Logistics Management
Panelists
Adriano Viterbo, Analytics and Audit Program Manager, Logistyx Technologies

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For most shippers, the challenge to reduce freight spend isn’t about setting up cost-saving programs – it’s about gaining visibility into shipping data to support their decisions. The task of gathering all carriers’ delivery data and normalizing was often too time-consuming and lacked real-time visibility. Until now.

Join us to learn the key ways in which transportation-focused data platforms are helping shippers more quickly identify savings, by providing:

  • Flexible, transportation-focused analysis tools and pre-configured connections to carriers’ data portals for faster set up
  • The same in-depth data insights as carriers have on freight, fuel and accessorial spend, for better negotiating power
  • Easy data visualization and analysis tools to uncover cost-saving opportunities such as zone skipping and DC placement
  • ‘What if’ tools that enable you to view cost and service implications of changing a carrier or service level across the country or in a specific region
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