Unilever, Uber, and DB Schenker are just a handful of companies who have joined the digital freight matching arena—an arena that has seen over $180 million in venture capital investments since 2011. With adoption rates of sophisticated transport management software by small and medium sized businesses growing, why are so many of the big players interested in this new model?
60 percent of small to medium sized businesses are currently managing their inventory using manual methods—that’s according to original data we collected from small to medium sized businesses seeking to invest in inventory management software. Paper, pens, and Excel spreadsheets are among the manual methods they’re using to control and monitor their stock, opening themselves up to countless potential manual errors.
Employee productivity is down, business costs are soaring, and your fleet is under maintenance way more than it should be. No matter the size of your business, fleet tracking can be a cumbersome operation if you’re not using the right fleet management tools. (more…)
By now we’ve all used at least a handful of systems that are powered by artificial intelligence, even if we’re not aware of it. It could be the Uber rides you take, whose prices and waiting times are determined by artificial intelligence, or Netflix’s powerful recommendation engine. (more…)