Published: 29 March 2022
Transportation management system software applications are evolving to support increasingly complex supply chain and transportation challenges. Supply chain technology leaders must use this research to evaluate TMS applications across a set of critical capabilities and use cases.
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End-user organizations often have very diverse TMS requirements. These can encompass multiple regions and business units, complex transportation networks, and differentiated processes and service needs.
TMS vendors typically support core domestic capabilities, but their ability to support extended capabilities, both domestically and internationally, varies significantly.
There is often further differentiation around the ability to support global rollouts and different modes of transportation such as parcel, ocean and rail.
Supply chain technology leaders responsible for transportation technology strategy and selection should:
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- Alpega Group
- Blue Yonder
- BlueRock Logistics
- C.H. Robinson (TMC)
- Manhattan Associates
- Trimble (Kuebix)
- Carrier/Digital Freight Networks
- Core Domestic Capability
- Core International Capability
- Extended Domestic Capability
- Extended International Capability
- Implementation/Integration Tools
- Usability/User Experience
- Level 1 Complexity
- Level 2 Complexity
- Level 3 Complexity
- Level 4 Complexity
- Level 5 Complexity
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Critical Capabilities Methodology