Beyond The Data with William Sandoval

The Logistics of Logistics

Data is a big buzzword across industries, but how about when it comes to logistics? William shares how they transform data into critical actionable information that optimizes and powers operations throughout businesses. Beyond The Data with William Sandoval. Data is the key.

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Beyond the Data with William Sandoval

The Logistics of Logistics

Beyond the Data with William Sandoval. William Sandoval and Joe Lynch discuss beyond the data. Key Takeaways: Beyond the Data. In the podcast interview, William and Joe discussed beyond the data, which describes the changes William has seen in the tracking management business.

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Data is the New Oil: Competing on Logistics Data

Talking Logistics

Data is the new oil,” stated Clive Humby, a British mathematician, in 2006. “It’s to create a valuable entity that drives profitable activity; so must data be broken down, analyzed for it to have value.” Read more Data is the New Oil: Competing on Logistics Data.

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Supply Chain’s Most Profitable Four-Letter Word: Data

Talking Logistics

Today, supply chain and logistics professionals are awash in all kinds of data. One area in particular where data plays a critical role is in transportation procurement. How does analyzing data effectively connect.

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ABCs of Data Normalization for B2B Marketers

Data normalization. It’s not a far stretch to suggest that the topic isn’t exactly what gets marketers excited in their day-to-day workflow. However, if lead generation, reporting, and measuring ROI is important to your marketing team, then data normalization matters - a lot. In this eBook, we’ll break down the ins and outs of data normalization and review why it’s so critical for your marketing strategies and goals!

Rise of the Industrial Data Scientist

Logistics Viewpoints

Enter the industrial data scientist, a new breed of data analyst with access to more industrial data than ever before and the advanced technology to translate that information into actionable intelligence. What Is an Industrial Data Scientist?

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[Video] Supply Chain’s Most Profitable Four-Letter Word: Data

Talking Logistics

There’s certainly a lot of data in supply chain and logistics. Some companies drown in it, while others find a way to convert data into business value. One area where data plays a critical role is in transportation procurement.

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Transportation Management Platforms: A Foundation for Data-Driven Decision Making

Talking Logistics

Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt of a research report published this week, “From Gut Feelings to Data-Driven Decision Making: How to Unlock New Value in Transportation Management.” Read more Transportation Management Platforms: A Foundation for Data-Driven Decision Making.

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Disruptions Are Real-Time, So Why Isn’t Your Data?

Logistics Matter

2021 was the year that supply chain and logistics became top of mind for everybody.

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Data Quality: Your Digital Transformation Depends on It

Logistics Viewpoints

In a prior post , I wrote about the various ways data is transforming global supply chains. Today, I’m going to add a qualifier — it has to be quality data. It’s a critical point, because there are so many ways that data can, well, “go bad”. So, what is quality data?

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Data-Driven Marketing 101

This eBook highlights how data-driven strategies empower marketing campaigns through personalization tactics.

The importance of data sharing

Fleet Owner

Data is becoming increasingly abundant—and sharing it with fleets can help them optimize asset utilization, improve routing, and make smarter spec’ing decisions. Perspectives / IdeaXchange

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Killing Ghost Loads and Phantom Data with Michael Darden

The Logistics of Logistics

Killing Ghost Loads and Phantom Data with Michael Darden. Michael Darden and Joe Lynch discuss killing ghost loads and phantom data. Michael is the CEO of DFM Data Corp, a utility company designed to be a tool between digital partners moving freight in the USA and Canada.

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How to make all that telematics data more understandable

Fleet Owner

Dashboards and other visualization tools are a great way to make loads of data more accessible and understandable for fleets. You might be surprised at the good questions your people ask once they can really see the data. Perspectives / IdeaXchange

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SONAR expands its reefer data

The Supply Chain Journal

Since its introduction in 2018, FreightWaves SONAR has provided subscribers with the most current freight market data, analysis and insights. SONAR is the only freight forecasting platform that combines contract tender data with spot rate data and creates predictive freight rates.

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The 2019 Technographic Data Report for B2B Sales Organizations

In this report, ZoomInfo substantiates the assertion that technographic data is a vital resource for sales teams. In fact, the majority of respondents agree—with 72.3% reporting that technographic data is either somewhat important or very important to their organization. The reason for this is simple—sales teams value technographic data because it makes essential selling activities easier and more efficient.

Building a Better Data-Driven Reverse Supply Chain


The post Building a Better Data-Driven Reverse Supply Chain appeared first on Transportation Management Company | Cerasis. Data Reverse Logistics Supply Chain Data-Driven Reverse Supply ChainHow often do you really think about the reverse supply chain?

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Navistar sued over data breach affecting thousands

The Supply Chain Journal

Heavy truck and military vehicle manufacturer Navistar is facing a lawsuit over a data breach in May that may have exposed sensitive personal information of tens of thousands of current and former employees and health plan participants.

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Five Ways Data Is Transforming the Supply Chain

Logistics Viewpoints

Real-time supply chain data is the foundation for trust between supply chain partners. And so it follows that the data – and the data supplier – that underpins any network should be agnostic. With a solid foundation of common data across these silos, trust can blossom between supply chain partners. The post Five Ways Data Is Transforming the Supply Chain appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints.

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The data influx: Leveraging the power of ERP


This is further processed into even more intricate calculations for a computer to understand, which is all data. Data is raw facts, figures and statistics that is further processed to produce useful output, known as information. The exponential growth of data.

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4 Data-Driven Steps To Drive Successful B2B Demand Generation

Fact: Good data lives at the core of every successful B2B demand generation strategy. Without quality data, it’s nearly impossible to identify and segment your target audience and create messaging that speaks to their values and interests. Whether you’re stepping into a new position or you’re new to demand generation, learning the tricks of the trade can be, well, tricky. In this eBook, you’ll discover how to improve your demand generation program—and your bottom line.

RPA and Data Analytics: Using Automation for More Data-Driven Processing

RPA Labs

RPA and data analytics continue to gain interest throughout the supply chain due to their potential for data-driven processing. The Challenge of Limited Data in Supply Chain Management. RPA Empowers Freight Management Parties With Data-Driven Management.

Research Team Collects Data to Train Off-Road AVs

IoT World Today

A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University has created a data set to inform off-road autonomous vehicles (AVs), taking a Yamaha Viking All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) off-road and compiling more than 200,000 of its interactions in five hours worth of data. .

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How to reduce the risk of a data breach

Fleet Owner

Trucking should prepare for a new wave of data privacy laws and implement compliance efforts to reduce the risk of a breach. Perspectives / IdeaXchange

Data-driven predictive supply chains

Supply Chain Brain

There is no shortage of supply chain and logistics data. However, data utilization and exchanges between stakeholders still remain as top challenges

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How ZoomInfo Enhances Your ABM Strategy

For marketing teams to develop a successful account-based marketing strategy, they need to ensure good data is housed within its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. More specifically, updated data can help organizations outline key accounts for their campaigns. And to begin the targeting process, marketing teams must develop an Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) with appropriate firmographic and behavioral data to ensure they’re going after the correct audience.Download this eBook to learn how to start improving your marketing team's data!

Data: Don’t Drown In It, Deliver with It!

Talking Logistics

Author’s note: Last month, I participated in a webinar hosted by Trimble titled, “Data: Don’t Drown In It, Deliver with It!” What is data? According to the dictionary, data is “facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis.” Why do we need or want data?

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US logistics industry needs a unified data stream to boost cargo velocity

Supply Chain and Logistics

Many supply chain … Continue reading → Advanced Computing Logistics Ports Supply Chains Big Data container shipping standards supply chains technologyThis article quotes Carl Bentzel, an FMC commissioner, who says that there is increased concentration of the ocean shipping business, from no carrier having more than 4%, to around 10 carriers, half of whom have 12-20% each.

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Turning Supply Chain Data into Business Intelligence

3PL Insights

Big data is only useful if you understand the metrics and can connect them to the important areas of your business. But how do we turn inventory management data and other key metrics into business intelligence? Account Activity Data. Bottom line: the data doesn’t lie.

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Using data aids shippers in holding carriers accountable

FreightWaves SONAR

Shippers are at a disadvantage in negotiations with carriers and brokers unless they have adequate data and real-time information surrounding the freight market. The post Using data aids shippers in holding carriers accountable appeared first on SONAR.

How Data Analytics Can Solve the Challenges Faced by SC Leaders in Discrete Manufacturing

Bringing data-driven intelligence to supply chain increases revenue, reduces costs, and improves the overall performance of any business, especially manufacturing companies where supply chain is the bloodline of their business. Read more!

Data Monitoring Tapped for Insurance Capabilities

Food Logistics

The rising costs of insurance for carriers prompts tech companies like Overhaul to partner with insurance companies to use data to lower premium costs.

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Chinese black out on Maritime Data as Automatic Identification System data blocked

Shipping and Freight Resource

That legislation is meant to regulate the flow of Chinese data overseas and ensure the gathering of such data is minimized, according to state-run media. News Shared Articles Shipping Vessel Operation AIS Automatic Identification System signals China data ship location

Watch: Digital Data Drives Supply Chain Design

Supply Chain Brain

Digitizing data is of immense help in mitigating supply chain risks, says Bernard Tremblay, chief executive officer of the U.S. and Canada for Miebach Consulting

How manufacturers can monetize data


Data is a crucial component of digital transformation in the manufacturing sector. However, data in itself is not a value driver. Many manufacturers aren’t maximizing the value from enriching data and missing out on opportunities to grow, optimize or manage risk.

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Buyer’s Checklist: How to Evaluate a B2B Contact Data Provider

Many organizations fail to properly evaluate vendors during the selection process. Download ZoomInfo’s data-driven eBook for guidance on effectively assessing the vendor marketplace. After reading, you’ll gain insight into the following components: