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Real-time visibility empowers the transport execution

May 26 | 16:00h - 17:00h

The real-time transportation visibility market has continued to gain momentum, particularly across Europe with both the pandemic and Brexit having a significant impact. According to our annual survey, more than half (57.3%) of logistics professionals say poor visibility into operations was the biggest challenge they faced in 2020, followed by a lack of actionable data/intelligence (46.6%) and complex or inefficient processes (41.7%). Today’s shippers and logistics providers need full visibility into their supply chain operations, as this will enable them to manage disruption and adjust to whatever challenges come their way. This ability is now a valuable differentiator and something that businesses must embrace if they want to stay competitive in the years to come.

Now, as we move through 2021, logistics businesses must be prepared to take things a step further. While the current focus is on tactical elements such as accurate ETAs and quick carrier onboarding, the future will be shaped by fully unified execution and visibility capabilities that allow real-time insights to be integrated as part of end-to-end transportation management. We call this ‘Predictive Transportation’. With the potential to disrupt transport logistics and fundamentally change business operations, Predictive Transportation will create value for the entire ecosystem – suppliers, retailers, shippers, and carriers (e.g. dynamic time slot management, automated payment processes, and cut wasted runs).

Join this webinar to see how you can benefit from a supply chain execution platform powered by an end-to-end view of a supply chain’s transportation to empower more efficient, more sustainable, and more crisis-resilient supply chains.

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Date:
May 26
Time:
16:00h - 17:00h
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https://www.airmeet.com/e/f0c12a50-b224-11eb-bc44-8b0fb472e072