According to the Next Level Purchasing Association (NLPA), procurement specialists who get the association’s SPSM - we’ll talk about it a little later - earn about $20,000 more per year. The businesses those employees work for find close to $500,000 in additional cost savings, as well.
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The Cleo Integration Suite (CIS) is a highly scalable, easy-to-use platform designed to optimize your data movement ecosystem. Serving thousands of 3PL, warehousing, distribution, and supply chain management and logistics providers, Cleo file transfer technologies provide comprehensive integration solutions with robust monitoring features, superior reliability, and enhanced security to optimize operational processes and ensure customer SLA's. View Profile
The Cleo Integration Suite is a highly scalable, easy-to-use platform designed to optimize the EDI ecosystem of any logistics provider. View Profile
The ideal solution for companies with at least $500,000 in annual shipping spend (parcel and/or freight). Reduces costs up to 20% with multi-carrier rating and analytics. Helps businesses scale with automation, business rules, and upgraded tracking. The platform supports over 200 carriers including parcel, freight and home delivery. Simple but powerful API powers your shopping cart, ERP, or CRM. View Profile
Enterprise shipping software that reduces costs up to 20% and helps businesses scale. Parcel and freight in a single platform. View Profile
Transwide TMS enables shippers to source, plan, execute, settle, and analyze their transportation with maximum cost efficiency.Transwide TMS is a modular, on-demand (SaaS) collaboration platform that enables shippers to increase transportation assurance and reduce transportation spend by streamlining and optimizing processes throughout the transportation cycle. With offices in New York, Brussels, and Shanghai, Transwide is deployed at 200+ customers in 80 countries across 4 continents. View Profile
A modular, global, web-based (SaaS) TMS that enables shippers to source, plan, execute, settle, and analyze their transportation. View Profile
An affordable, enterprise-strength WMS, built specifically for logistics providers. Offer your customers global visibility, automated reporting, EDI, bar-code scanning, and more. Easy to implement and use, 3PL Central's Warehouse Manager can pay for itself by lowering your costs, capturing missed billing events and by allowing you to increase your service offerings. Sign up for a no-hassle, free trial today. View Profile
A 100% web-based 3PL WMS solution specifically created for third party warehouses and logistics companies starting at $495 per month. View Profile
ASC Trac WMS is a modular software solution designed to support many functions within manufacturing, warehouse distribution, and 3rd party (3PL) operations. ASCTrac WMS is a true standalone application that can also be interfaced to any host system for a collaborative solution. ASCTrac's modular design allows it to work for small, medium, and large companies. From order entry, through pick, pack, ship operations, all the way to delivery - ASC Trac covers the whole Supply Chain cycle. View Profile
Warehouse management software that supports functions within manufacturing, warehouse distribution and 3PL operations. View Profile
The Omnitracs Roadnet Transportation Suite allows you to do it all: plan (route, load), collect real-time data (dispatch, GPS) and analyze results through reporting. Each program is completely integrated providing users with a seamless all-in-one solution. This solution helps businesses in the transportation industry reduce distribution costs, decrease routing time, and improve customer service. View Profile
Helps businesses in the transportation industry reduce distribution costs, decreasing routing time, and improving customer service. View Profile
The fleet maintenance software of choice of over 4,000 private, for-hire and public fleets, Dossier lowers costs and downtime by automating control of your fleet's records, PM scheduling, repair orders and histories, fuel costs and MPG, cost control with cost per mile/hr, parts inventory control w/ auto reordering, work pending and campaign mgmt, budget mgmt, warranty mgmt., tire mgmt., vendor & labor control, license/permit renewals, driver control, fleet benchmarking, VMRS codes & more. View Profile
Since 1979, the most widely deployed, easy to use, and best supported maintenance software for fleets who want to improve continuously! View Profile
Bringg is the worlds leading platform for mid-market to enterprise level businesses to manage on-demand and last-mile logistics and deliveries, empowering enterprises and 3PLs in more than 50 countries. Bringg provides capabilities to all businesses that were previously only available to companies like Amazon and Uber by enabling them to enrich their existing infrastructure. View Profile
Best-in-class last mile logistics platform. See an 82% reduction in delivery time and a 91% increase in customer satisfaction. View Profile
AppointmentPlus logistics scheduling software partners with growing businesses to automate their complex customer, staff, and resource scheduling needs. Specializing in providing the most flexible, configurable and rules-based online scheduling application in the marketplace, since 2001 AppointmentPlus has helped our clients schedule more than 250 million appointments and counting! View Profile
AppointmentPlus logistics scheduling software helps businesses automate their complex customer, staff, and resource scheduling needs. View Profile
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A lack of attention to customers has contributed to a trend in the logistics industry towards commoditization. As carriers converge on service expectations, there’s nothing left to compete on except for rates, unless we turn to better experiences.
Building out an inventory management system is no different than any other task. You have to look at the problems you’re trying to solve, determine the value you place on those solutions, and then find the system that works for you.