Secure goods in transit, improve supply chain performance and meet regulatory compliance. Eliminates tracking blind spots across transport providers and delivers real-time visibility into shipments to reduce at-rest time and optimize shipment processes.
- Prevent loss
- Monitor environmental conditions
- Document compliance with regulations
- Spot trends for optimizing routes and finding the best modes of transit
How to Use Technology to Reduce Supply Chain RiskBlog Post
The New How of logistics is about staying connected with your shipments in real-time from origin to destination so you can adapt to situations as they arise
Supply Chain Visibility Is Blurry: New ReportBlog Post
The recent GEODIS’ 2017 Supply Chain Worldwide Survey and the earlier Supply Chain Resilience Report highlight the importance of visibility in a supply chain for reducing costs, protecting revenue and satisfying the customer.
Crack That Whip: Supply Chain Visibility and the Bullwhip EffectBlog Post
Even small variations in demand can compound as you go up the supply chain, magnifying into extreme volatility known as the “bullwhip effect.” It is when each part of the supply chain holds extra safety stock to buffer against variation.
Total Supply Chain Visibility: An IoT ApproachWhitepaper
End-to-end visibility into your supply chain is more important now than ever before and goes beyond the methods that have been effective in the past. To fill the gaps in supply chain visibility, two important new technologies have emerged.