Transportation Software as a Service

A Transportation Management System (TMS) is a catalyst for shipping managers, for the first time putting them in control of powerful monitoring and management tools, and replacing outdated traffic management software. Focusing on the full range of shipping modes (unlike nearly all TMS solutions in the marketplace), the ClearView TMS frees clients from legacy technologies and allows for control, customization and efficiencies unheard of in older generation solutions.

The Cloud

Cloud-hosted software, also called Software as a Service (SaaS), has rapidly become a mainstream delivery model for transportation technology solutions, as supply chain executives find significant advantages over the more costly and mistake-prone model of installing licensed software on all hardware across an entire organization.

TMS Technology Cloud Web Integration SaaS

In addition to its reliability and stability, a cloud-based portal also reduces demands on IT staff. ClearView’s cloud-based TMS does not require ongoing maintenance or integration, can be accessed from any computer on the network, and can be scaled to meet the growth demands resulting from an efficient supply chain. Users can be added on demand, and new providers can be integrated to maximize procurement opportunities. New pricing can be changed by connecting to outside websites, so rate increases do not require any software modifications whatsoever.

Other benefits from the ClearView TMS include:

  • Low cost of implementation: no need for expensive consulting fees or extensive IT overhead.
  • Total cost of ownership (TCO) remains lower than depreciating software licenses.
  • Scalable to meet needs of growing organization: allows users to be added or removed based on the demands of a volatile supply chain.
  • Risk-free solution: more efficient and faster implementation as well as outsourced expertise (from ClearView Operations support) with much lower risk.
  • Greater security:┬áscalable supply chain growth without large capital expenditures on security.