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Supply Chain Expertise and Technology Blog by TMC, a division of C.H. Robinson

About the Author

Chris Cutshaw — Director of Commercial and Product Strategy

As director of commercial and product strategy, Chris is responsible for working with leaders across C.H. Robinson to own and execute the commercial strategy for Navisphere Vision. Additionally, Chris is responsible for driving growth through the development of new and existing sales channels and supporting the build out of the product roadmap to achieve customer satisfaction and retention. Prior to his current role, Chris was the Global Account Manager overseeing the TMC relationship with Microsoft, as well as was a member of the global implementation team.

Why Real-Time Visibility Should be Core to Your Supply Chain Strategy

Using technology to drive strategy and improve performance—and ultimately create financial value—is top of mind for shippers today managing complex global supply chains. A key component of this technology trend is the need for a supply chain visibility platform.

Research shows that having real-time supply chain visibility is necessary to build a responsive, resilient, competitive, and profitable operation. According to Gartner, “By 2023, 50% of global leading enterprises will have invested in real-time transportation visibility solutions.” In our own survey of 3,000 shippers, over 60% of technology decision-makers said they desire improvements in visibility. Furthermore, 65% said they either have or are planning to implement real-time visibility and insight tools in the next two years. Read More…

- Director of Commercial and Product Strategy

Taking Visibility to the Next Level with IoT and Cloud Connectivity

This week we participated in NRF 2020 Vision: Retail’s Big Show along with our partner and customer Microsoft, to showcase our latest technology solutions built by and for supply chain experts. Like many industries, retailers are searching for transformative technologies and solutions that help them deliver on growing customer demands, all while finding cost savings with limited resources.

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