Simplifying Safety Risk Management Throughout your Enterprise

Trimble

Minimizing your organization’s exposure to safety risks is a vital task for transportation and logistics companies. How can you manage the administrative load from processing claims paperwork and reimbursements efficiently in an industry where “risk” is an everyday occurrence?The IES Risk Management module is a fully-integrated, user-friendly powerhouse for monitoring, reporting, and recording safety risks, all within a single interface. You can enjoy better visibility into current risk exposures and stay on top of requests without logging into different systems. See how you can manage all accidents, incidents, cargo claims, and worker’s comp issues right from the Innovative application.
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Spotlight

Businesses traditionally establish and maintain long-term relationships with multiple third-party logistics (3PL) service providers but are increasingly looking to consolidate around fewer strategic partners. A recent report from Gartner states, “the 3PL portfolio rationalization trend is continuing, as the number of logistics customers who report that they are reducing or consolidating the number of 3PLs they use is over half at 53%.”1

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

International Freight and Shipping - Import Export Webinar

Inco Docs

Conor from Explorate gives an overview of how the International Freight and shipping process currently works and we discuss how the industry is beginning to change through software. Conor explains how Explorate are streamlining the shipment schedule, rates and booking process for import export seafreight shipments. We give shippers tips on how to improve their supply chain and logistics within their business using readily available software.
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The Future of Trailer Fleet Management Technology: An Inside Look

FreightWaves

In conjunction with FleetLocate, a product of Spireon, this webinar focused on the future of trailer fleet technology and what that can mean for your company’s finances.
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Technology Shaping Less Than Truckload Shipping

Cerasis

In this 40-minute webinar about LTL shipping and technology you’ll learn: EDI vs. APIs in Less Than Truckload Shipping: How Do They Compare & What Should a Shipper Use? Less-Than-Truckload Inbound Shipping: Using Technology to Stay Collaborative With Vendors What Less-Than-Truckload Data Should a Shipper Track? Less-Than-Truckload Tracking & Visibility: Why Shipper Communication & Carrier Transparency Matters What Should an LTL Transportation Management System Do for Me as a Shipper?
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Improving the Driver’s Experience

FreightWaves

The intense competition to hire and retain the best drivers is a challenge for every fleet. The carriers who innovate and stand out as an attractive place for the best drivers to work will gain competitive advantage. A sure way to win the battle for driver loyalty is finding ways to improve the driver’s experience, and leveraging technology is a great place to start.Giving drivers a voice in the planning and management of their trip and offering them choices about their loads are two ways in which carriers can improve a driver’s perception of the company they work for. While many companies are working toward these goals, few have been successful at leveraging their technology and systems for an easy and routine way to interact with their drivers. That is changing.
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Spotlight

Businesses traditionally establish and maintain long-term relationships with multiple third-party logistics (3PL) service providers but are increasingly looking to consolidate around fewer strategic partners. A recent report from Gartner states, “the 3PL portfolio rationalization trend is continuing, as the number of logistics customers who report that they are reducing or consolidating the number of 3PLs they use is over half at 53%.”1

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