Eyefreight Looks to Eight

This June, Eyefreight will celebrate its eighth anniversary. For those employees who were present and accounted for at the first anniversary party, this milestone feels no less thrilling.

What began as a transportation management consulting firm run by just a handful of people is now a global leader in Level 5 Transportation Management Software with 65 employees and counting on its team. In addition, employees and leaders alike are excited to call Eyefreight an international company, having expanded its reach from a solitary headquarters in the Netherlands to a global office network including the UK, France, Germany, Brazil, and the United States.

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Research from Gartner Asks: What are you Measuring and Why?

According to research from Gartner, expanded logistics complexity and extended global networks drive the need for a single set of measurements that help companies better track logistics performance globally. However, while most companies have ready access to low-level metrics, they struggle to organize and align these metrics with their impact on higher-level performance goals and objectives.

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TMS – The Critical Component of any ERP System

Still looking to win approval for a substantial TMS investment? It may have just become easier, as Jim Hendrickson, professor at The Ohio State University’s Fisher School of Business has shown in his latest results from a recent study of supply chain professionals on case creation, approval processes, failures, and more.

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Building the Business Case for TMS – an OSU Study

With the increasing complexity of global supply chains, the need for supply chain automation has never been greater. This increased complexity demands increasingly sophisticated technology solutions that often require a significant financial investment from businesses and come with a steep learning curve. Eyefreight and The Ohio State University’s Fisher School of Business recently launched a survey to discover just how well supply chain executives are making their case for supply chain automation.

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The TMS Answer to Supply Chain Pros’ Nightmares

Talent, complexity and costs – a few of the top issues keeping supply chain pros up at night in 2016, according to a joint APICS and Michigan State University report on the challenges pressuring today’s supply chain professionals.

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Automation’s on the Rise in China

Traditionally, change has been slow when it pertains to China’s domestic transportation, largely driven by the fact that there were no players with the mass required to enact widespread change.

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