Category: Business - Transportation | Comments Off on Transplace’s 2019 in Review: Our Most Memorable Moments from the Year
Posted by Uber Freight | December 19, 2019 | Tags: AI, analytics, continuous moves, cost, customers, data, efficiency, employees, Gartner, hiring, innovation, integrated technology platform, investment, logistics, machine learning, network, partners, people, real-time visibility, service, strategy, supply chain, technology, TMS, transportation management
It has been a busy year! Throughout 2019, Transplace has made significant investments in our people and technology, resulting in tremendous growth—all to support our vision and goals and continue to bring more value to our customers. And as the year comes to a close, it’s the perfect time to review all we have accomplished….
Category: Business - Transportation | Comments Off on Transplace’s Investment in a New Center of Excellence
Posted by Uber Freight | March 28, 2019 | Tags: Arkansas, Center of Excellence, COE, collaboration, construction, culture, customers, employees, goals, growth, investment, operations, services, shippers, shipping, supply chain, technology, TMS, Transplace, transportation, transportation management, value
Yesterday, we announced that we are breaking ground on a new operations center in Rogers, Arkansas. The goal of the newest Center of Excellence (COE) is twofold: to support our growing investment in technology and to accommodate our plan as an organization to add hundreds of new employees over the next several years. This will continue…
Category: Business - Transportation, Transportation Management | Comments Off on Software-as-a-Service or Outsourced Managed Services: Which is Right for Your Organization?
Posted by Uber Freight | May 31, 2018 | Tags: 3PL, investment, managed transportation services, MTS, procurement, SaaS, shippers, software-as-a-service, strategy, technology, TMS, transportation, transportation management, value
By: Chuck Papa, Senior Vice President of Transportation Management, Transplace *Article originally appeared in Inbound Logistics. When it comes to managing transportation operations, shippers are often at a crossroads. They may find themselves asking the questions: Should I implement a transportation management system (TMS) in-house or via software-as-a-service (SaaS)? Should I outsource everything to a…