Banyan Technology Releases State of Transportation Management Report [Study & Infographic]
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July 13, 2017 — Cleveland, Ohio—Banyan Technology, the leader and pioneer of live LTL carrier connectivity, released today its first annual “State of Transportation Management Report”, which offers an exclusive look at the current industry landscape, as well as data-backed insights on the future of transportation management.
To download the report, click here.
As highlighted in the survey results, today’s organizations are looking to adopt new technology that streamlines processes, improves carrier relationships, automates reporting, and reduces freight costs.
The survey was distributed to transportation and logistics professionals across a variety of industries, including the logistics industry itself, as well as logistics professionals at commercial shippers, including manufacturing, distribution, retail, and food/beverage.
• 34% of respondents still rely on a static routing guide to choose carriers.
• 36% of respondents answered that increasing customer demands for real-time data and immediate service is the largest industry challenge.
• 93% of respondents believe technology has a positive impact on the transportation management industry.
Download the 2017 State of Transportation Management Report for the full results.
The survey is still open for those who want to take the survey to compare how they manage freight to similar organizations. To take the survey, click here. For more information about Banyan Technology and the way technology is impacting the freight industry, visit www.banyantechnology.com.
About Banyan Technology
Banyan Technology is North America’s leading provider of live carrier and API connectivity for transportation management. With more than 1,300 carrier connections and 28,000 client locations accessing the application, Banyan Technology provides commercial shippers, brokers, and 3PLs with unparalleled access to carrier data. These connections boost efficiency, improve visibility and deliver permanent reductions in shipping costs.