So you have a TMS… now what?
A TMS system can do wonders for any shipper, but it can be a serious challenge to extract its full potential without the proper knowledge and experience. Our most recent webinar, So You Have a TMS… Now What? explains how chemical shippers can properly manage and maintain a modern TMS to maximize its value though process controls, automation and optimization. We then go even further to look at how shippers can extract the true gold that’s available by effectively mining and leveraging their access to rich, real-time transportation data. Watch the webinar below to learn more about:
- The core functionality of your TMS
- Analytics you can derive from your TMS
- Integrated technology solutions and services
- Understanding the greater TMS ecosystem
- Capitalizing on ROI opportunities through managed services
DALE MCCLUNG, DIRECTOR OF DESIGN SOLUTIONS, CLX LOGISTICS
With a background in chemical and biochemical engineering and over 20 years’ experience in strategic supply chain innovation, Dale McClung specializes in global supply chain network design and leads the Design Solutions team at CLX Logistics. Delivering innovative and disruptive design solutions for the most complex global supply chain challenges is what we do best. By using a unique blend of descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics coupled with trajectory forecasting we give clients remarkable insight into the performance of their supply chains as it relates to their financial bottom line, their customers and suppliers. We use the latest stochastic and multi-variant modeling techniques coupled with fundamental lean six sigma principles to drive comprehensive and sustainable solutions.
MIKE SKINNER, VP, CLX TECHNOLOGIES
Mike Skinner is responsible for strategic development, marketing and deployment of CLX Logistics technology-based solutions and services. Mr. Skinner leverages his experience in supply-chain consulting, information systems and operations management to help shippers design and deploy world class technology solutions in their efforts to reduce costs and improve service. Prior to joining CLX Logistics, Mr. Skinner served as Senior Manager with Ernst & Young’s Supply Chain consulting practice in Philadelphia, where he led business process improvement and technology deployment projects for various companies including Ford Motor Company, Sony Electronics and Crown Cork & Seal. He gained hands-on operational experience as Operations Manager of a large third-party distribution operation, overseeing warehousing and transportation operations for companies in the medical devices, automotive and grocery industries.