Kuebix Positioned as a Challenger Again, 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems

“We are extremely pleased that Kuebix continues to be recognized in this important research, and we believe that this positioning highlights our leadership, vision, and ability to continuously deliver value to our customers.”

– Dan Clark, Kuebix Founder and Trimble VP of Product Innovation & Strategy

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Network-based TMS: How Connected Platforms Will Transform Transportation Management in 2020 and Beyond

Network-based TMS: How Connected Platforms Will Transform Transportation Management in 2020 and Beyond

In a keynote presentation earlier this year, Billy Beane, General Manager of the Oakland As, said, “You can’t run your business in 2020 like it’s still 1999.” Unfortunately, many companies are learning this lesson the hard way as they struggle to respond effectively to the dramatic market changes in 2020.