What financial
and CSR gains to expect
from your TMS?
Traditionally, the purpose of a TMS (Transport Management System) is to help a company manage the transportation of goods. of goods. A distinction is made between shipper-oriented TMSs, which manage the multiple transport companies under contract with the company, and TMSs designed for carriers, whose aim is to optimize their operational efficiency. However, some loader TMSs can also be used to manage the fleet of vehicles (owned or leased) with which these loaders are equipped to handle part of their flows.

Today, the role of the TMS goes far beyond simply assigning transport tasks to carriers. The TMS must be capable of managing all aspects of transport, from planning, cost management and execution monitoring to more advanced functions such as order grouping, optimization engines, analytics, etc. This evolution of TMSs makes it possible to reduce transport-related costs in many areas. 
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