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I honestly never thought that one day I would be trying to make sense of the tech transformation taking place in the supply chain.

What I have tried to do this week is picture how some the major forces and risks could affect or benefit traditional freight forwarders, as well as other asset-light T&L players.

Make no mistake, it is a delicate balancing to develop a truly unified enterprise resources planning (ERP) software environment where tech and business, together, thrive. If it ...

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COMMENTS 3


  • Kartik Rawal

    September 03, 2018 at 6:40 am

    It can be really the future of the manufacturing ERP software. transportation can be a hell of a process when it comes to shipment but with such software like this it can be easier and it can also give clarity to the vision for upcoming projects.

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    • a.pasetti@yahoo.co.uk

      September 03, 2018 at 1:28 pm

      Many thanks for your feedback, Kartik.

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  • Kartik Rawal

    October 09, 2018 at 9:23 am

    It can be really the future of the manufacturing ERP software. Transportation can be a hell of a process when it comes to shipment but with such software like this it can be easier and it can also give clarity to the vision for upcoming projects.

    Reply