Mobile Communications in Trucking: From Luxury to Necessity

Fleet Owner

In freight transportation, smart phones and tablets are not just commonplace but inevitable. For both drivers on the road and managers in the office, you’re not likely to see such a person without one, the other or both.Join Fleet Owner, to learn about the essential nature of mobile communications for drivers and fleet managers.For drivers the appeal is easy. They can use phones and tablets to keep in touch with people at home and, with the same device, help make their professional lives more efficient with the swarm of applications now available.
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Spotlight

Blockchain has already made an impact on various industries — it is poised to change or even replace
the infrastructure of the financial services industry, and other industries like transportation can expect
disruption as well. Blockchain technology, like many new technologies, can completely transform the
way in which we conduct business. Blockchain technology has a number of benefits but an underlying
component of it involves trust. Business transactions between two or more parties have already
moved from paper to digital in many applications. By leveraging blockchain, an industry can enable
secured, digitized transactions with approval granted mutually by participating parties, tracked in a
common history, and requiring no central authority.

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How to Measure Supply Chain Performance Using KPI Tier-Based Thresholds

Arkieva

Are you looking to fine-tune, completely overhaul, or perhaps simply begin setting up effective supply chain performance KPIs and monitoring processes? Join Arkieva Dashboarding Expert and Senior Supply Chain Consultant, Justin Evilsizor during this interactive webinar session focused on how to use data alerts to improve your supply chain performance response. This webinar will feature a quick overview on how to create a tier-based alert monitoring system, as well as, how to establish thresholds for escalating and solving issues to reduce disruptions.
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Achieving Real-Time Transportation Visibility

MercuryGate

When it comes to managing your transportation strategy it’s all about visibility. Visibility is critical to the long-term success of shippers and logistics companies. And, while 100% visibility should be the goal, 77 percent of companies say they have either no visibility or a restricted view.
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Global Logistics in a Rapidly Evolving Marketplace

Lucidchart

In the modern transportation and shipping industry, fast and effective planning is vital for successful supply chain management. Current trends with changing international trade tariffs and restrictions require an innovative look at managing your supply chain. In this webinar, Chris Topham will discuss how mapping out your internal and external processes will give you greater insight into your transactions and a clearer way to share that information with executive teams.
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THE RESILIENT SUPPLY CHAIN

Supply Chain Now Radio

Amazon has turned the business landscape on its head. Netflix has transformed the entertainment industry. Uber has revolutionized the transportation industry. Aerospace firms are feeling the squeeze. Are you ready for what’s next? According to LMA Consulting Group’s research study, The Amazon Effect: How Higher Customer Service Standards Impact Your Business and What You Can Do to Thrive, customers are no longer satisfied with quality products delivered on-time; instead, they want rapid delivery, “go the extra mile” partnership type service and collaborative R&D/ design.
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Spotlight

Blockchain has already made an impact on various industries — it is poised to change or even replace
the infrastructure of the financial services industry, and other industries like transportation can expect
disruption as well. Blockchain technology, like many new technologies, can completely transform the
way in which we conduct business. Blockchain technology has a number of benefits but an underlying
component of it involves trust. Business transactions between two or more parties have already
moved from paper to digital in many applications. By leveraging blockchain, an industry can enable
secured, digitized transactions with approval granted mutually by participating parties, tracked in a
common history, and requiring no central authority.

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