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Innovation Under Pressure: How the Trucking Industry is Addressing Oil Overproduction

Posted by TMW Systems on Jun 26, 2018

The surging production of crude oil and natural gas in the Permian Basin have added more pressure to the already low numbers of available capacity within the transportation and logistics industry. But, you won’t hear carriers complaining as they rake in the dough.

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Topics: Transportation Industry and Trends

CTO Timothy Leonard speaks at Morgan Stanley’s Canadian Emerging Tech Conference

Posted by TMW Systems on Jun 21, 2018

Trimble Transportation CTO Timothy Leonard recently joined a panel of leading technology companies to discuss the “Future of Transportation” at Morgan Stanley’s Canadian Emerging Tech Conference. Leonard was joined by Andrew Macdonald, vice president and regional general manager of Asia-Pacific at Uber, and Colin Sutherland, EVP of sales and marketing at Geotab, a telematics company.

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Topics: Transportation Industry and Trends

Are Entry-Level Truck Drivers on the Right Road?

Posted by Ron Goode on Jun 14, 2018
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Topics: Transportation Industry and Trends, Trucking Regulations

The Secret to Maintaining Client Relationships While Maximizing Profitability

Posted by TMW Systems on Jun 12, 2018

Customer relationships can make or break your business. They can help you maintain a steady income, connect you with possible other customers, or they can leave your business in the dust and look for a new provider. 

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Topics: Business Intelligence

Recognized Innovation: Beyond Einstein, Franklin and Ford

Posted by TMW Systems on Jun 07, 2018

 

“The only way you survive is you continuously transform into something else. It’s this idea of continuous transformation that makes you an innovation company.”

– Ginni Rometty, Chair, President and CEO of IBM

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Topics: Transportation Industry and Trends, in.sight

Propel Your Final Mile Business With Quality Analytics

Posted by TMW Systems on Jun 05, 2018

The final mile of the delivery process may not be the most time-consuming piece in the supply chain, but it is probably the most important. Not only does the service that your company provides need to be completed within a certain time frame, but how the task is done in regard to customer relationships is just as, if not more, valuable.

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Final Mile

Fleet Maintenance: Keeping Your Trucks on the Road

Posted by TMW Systems on May 31, 2018

Keeping your fleet in tip-top shape is what keeps your business moving forward. Taking trucks off the road affects your bottom line, so it is important to conduct regular maintenance checks to prevent out of service violations.

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Topics: Fleet Maintenance Software

The Five KPIs that Matter in the Trucking Industry

Posted by TMW Systems on May 24, 2018

Fuel prices fluctuate. Parts wear down, break over time and need to be replaced. Those are two constant operating costs that every fleet has to manage.

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Topics: Blockchain Technology

Playing the Game So Your Fleet Can't be Beat

Posted by TMW Systems on May 23, 2018

It can be tough to make the right move when you don’t see the whole playing field. Managing your business is a high-stakes strategy game that pits you against a huge number of obstacles, and it’s up to you to overcome them in the smartest way possible. If you want to win, you need to understand all of the pieces in play, what cards you have in your hand and what moves you can make.

Learn how to lead your fleet to victory by checking out our latest infographic about the numbers game that is trucking:

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Topics: Transportation Analytics, Transportation Management Software

Predictive Fleet Maintenance: Pocketing More Money

Posted by TMW Systems on May 17, 2018

Imagine that one of the trucks in your fleet has surpassed 100,000 miles. It undergoes the regular 100,000-mile maintenance test and a few parts were replaced due to normal wear and tear, but otherwise, everything seems fine. Then, a few weeks later, you get a call that the truck is broken down on the side of the highway, far away from the nearest town.

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Topics: Fleet Maintenance Software