Kuebix Positioned as a Challenger Again, 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Transportation Management Systems

“We believe our positioning in this year’s Magic Quadrant for TMS reflects our strategic vision, industry leadership, and continued commitment to platform innovation”

– Dan Popkin, Trimble Sector Vice President of Connected Supply Chain.

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Happy Feet Realizes Savings & Productivity Improvements with Kuebix TMS and NetSuite ERP

Kuebix TMS and NetSuite ERP

Happy Feet International is lowering freight transportation and administrative costs, and improving carrier relationships and customer service.

Kuebix TMS Integration with NetSuite and freight invoice management provided automation and transportation management capabilities that produced six-figure savings and productivity improvements.

The Complete Buyer’s Guide to Transportation Management Systems

Your supply chain is unique, which means what works for you might not work for someone else.

Our free TMS buyer’s guide will help you put the needs of your unique supply chain into perspective so that you can easily find a system that offers everything you need.

After reading this guide, you’ll have a clear picture of:

  • What integrations and capabilities you need from a TMS
  • How long it will take to get started with a new system
  • The level of support and training you will need

Breaking Down TMS Jargon

What Does it All Mean?

There is a lot of jargon associated with transportation management systems (TMS) that many people find hard to navigate. You may never have come across some terms if you don’t have a history of working with other TMSs or other forms of tech. The saying “it’s all Greek to me!” might spring to mind.

If you find yourself lost in the TMS jargon, take a look at this list of some of the most common phrases and terms used when talking about and what is transportation management systems

Kuebix Core TMS

Today’s Transportation Management System

Logistics professionals are struggling with the high cost of legacy transportation management systems (TMS) and their time-consuming implementations. Kuebix solves this by offering a modular, scalable and intuitive TMS platform that supports all modes of transportation.

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Kuebix Sage 100 ERP Integration and Invoice Audit

Kuebix Sage 100 ERP Integration and Invoice Audit

Monarch Global Brands Drastically Reduces Wasted Time and Achieves Rapid ROI with Kuebix TMS

Kuebix TMS and an Invoice Audit ERP integration with Sage 100 allows Monarch Global Brands to realize significant time and money savings!

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.

10 Essential Questions to Ask When Evaluating a TMS

10 Essential Questions to Ask When Evaluating a TMS

Knowing the right questions to ask when beginning a search for the right TMS can be a challenge. That’s why we’ve put together a list of 10 questions it is essential to ask when evaluating a transportation management system. This list will help you gain an understanding of key capabilities and help you start the conversation to find the right TMS for your business.

ERP Integration Kuebix

Integrating an ERP System with Kuebix TMS

Logistics professionals are struggling with the high cost of legacy transportation management systems (TMS) and their time-consuming implementations and limited capabilities. Kuebix solves this by offering a modular, scalable and intuitive TMS platform. And since it’s built on the latest cloud technology, Kuebix can seamlessly scale to meet any company’s complex needs.

Enabling the Network Effect in Transportation Management - Kuebix - Adrian Gonzalez

Putting Community in TMS: Enabling the Network Effect in Transportation Management

Putting Community in TMS: Enabling the Network Effect in Transportation Management

Transportation management is inherently a network-based business process. It involves an ecosystem of different parties — a community, if you will, of shippers, carriers, consignees, brokers, and others that need to communicate and collaborate with each other in order to transport products and utilize assets and labor as efficiently as possible.

This transportation community is analogous to the connections and relationships enabled by social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn. A big difference, however, is that unlike Facebook and LinkedIn, which are powered by network-native software, the transportation community has historically been powered by enterprise-centric software — that is, transportation management systems (TMS) that were designed for, and used primarily by, the transportation function within the four walls of a company.

This fragmented, “inside the four walls” approach makes it challenging to quickly and efficiently match transportation demand with available capacity, as companies of all sizes experienced in 2018. This growing need in the market for better matching of supply and demand, coupled with the rise of cloud computing, software-as-a-service (SaaS), application programming interfaces (APIs), and other emerging technologies, is driving the next evolution of transportation management systems.

Simply put, transportation management systems are transitioning from being “inside the four walls” applications to becoming operating systems that power transportation communities and enable network effects.

Talking Logistics w/ Adrian Gonzalez

Dan Clark, President & Founder, Kuebix joins Adrian Gonzalez on Talking Logistics

Hear Dan and Adrian discuss the driver shortage, the capacity crunch and how Kuebix’s new FleetMAX offering is helping address these challenges through filling empty fleet backhauls.

Learn more about FleetMAX. 

H.C. Starck – A Case Study Using Kuebix TMS

How Kuebix Helped H.C. Starck Save Money & Become a More Efficient Operation

H.C. Starck has been able to save money on their freight and improve processes internally and with their suppliers through their collaborative partnership with Kuebix.

Watch this quick case study video featuring Mark Smolinsky, H.C. Starck’s Logistics Manager.

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The Art of Inbound


Traditionally inbound shipping costs and operations have been a challenge to control. Most companies have not developed a comprehensive strategy to manage their inbound freight. Shipments arrive from their suppliers without a plan to drive the lowest shipping and unloading costs, or to consolidate shipments to maximize efficiency at the distribution center. Additionally, many companies have failed to introduce compliance standards to improve the behavior of their suppliers and efficiently plan the arrivals of shipments to their warehouse facilities. This results in three endemic problems.

Use this guide to benchmark your company against best practices in the industry and help to put together a strategic approach to capitalizing on the opportunities to manage the “art of the inbound.”

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