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For the purpose of this report, transportation management is defined as technologies that automate and improve decision making in domestic and international logistics.
This report is based on a quantitative study conducted between August 16th, 2012 and October 9th, 2012. The summary reflects responses from 75 respondents from 55 companies active in transportation freight decisions. The goal of the study was to understand how business complexity and maturity have affected the deployment and development of supply chain technologies to improve transportation management. The study contrasts the views of line-of-business transportation solution users and providers of the technologies.
The quantitative study results are enriched with insights from Supply Chain Insights’ work on supply chain ratios and interviews with business leaders to validate and clarify the results.