Fight Supply Chain Friction. Achieve High-Velocity.

Apply machine learning and automate processes across key supply chain friction points to reduce costs, grow revenue, and increase cash flow.

What is high-velocity?

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Driving Response Velocity and Cost Efficiency with Supply Chain Visibility

Restore Confidence in Your Supply Chain
Across All Modes


Tap into all leading global parcel capacity providers with over 115 major market and regional carriers.

LTL, VLTL, & Groupage

Fully automate the entire less-than-truckload shipment lifecycle from procurement through settlement.


Proactively track all truck types, including refrigerated freight, across North America and Europe. 


Track class I, II, and III rail shipments via API integrations in North America.


Track high-fidelity container- and vessel-level data for ocean freight across all ports of origin and destination.


Track your high-value air freight from take-off to landing with built in connections to over 100 air freight carriers around the world.


Track shipments and gain high-fidelity insights across modes.

Final Mile

Improve the customer experience by automating the home delivery of bulky, non-conveyable products in North America.

Key Takeaways:

The Efficiency Drive:
A unanimous priority is clear – reduce waste and drive efficiency. The solution? Enhanced supply chain visibility.

Collaboration is Crucial:
While the importance of visibility is understood, progress has been slow. Over 50% of companies believe in the transformative power of structured digital data sharing 

Investment in Visibility Tools:
Despite economic conditions, 72% of companies are bullish on investing in better visibility tools. 

Real Costs of Invisibility:
From overpaying for logistics to lost sales - the price of lack of visibility is high.

The Role of Advanced Tech:
AI and Machine Learning aren't just buzzwords. They're revolutionizing the supply chain, removing errors, and optimizing decisions.

High-velocity is achieved through removing human effort and errors. It means automating as many processes and workflows as possible and leveraging machine learning and analytics in real-time to overcome exceptions and drive towards self-optimization. 

Leading research backs the notion that thriving in today’s global economy requires a high-velocity supply chain. This new IDC whitepaper offers a data-driven look at how companies are adapting to the realities of the modern supply chain and finding ways to respond to disruption more quickly.

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Friction, the enemy of modern supply chains 

A High-Velocity Supply Chain Means Maturing… 

Machine learning algorithm automatically fixes inaccurate equipment IDs to ensure successful tracking

Full Truckload


Drivers can initialize tracking with a shipment ID in the DriveVIew app, making it easier to track spot, subcontracted, and dray moves


Gain visibility into shipments you don’t manage when carriers add shipments on the project44 platform


Evaluate carriers in your network against data quality standards to identify the top performers and those who need help to fix tracking issues

Root Cause

Actionable insights for self-service resolution of common truckload tracking issues for shippers and carriers

Transportation Visibility

Manual, time-consuming track and trace activities drain resources and only provide basic tracking metrics

Get the Speed You Need with a
High-Velocity Supply Chain Platform 

Turn Your Supply Chain Into a Competitive Advantage

Say goodbye to siloed data, disconnected facilities, and an overreliance on manual processes that cost your business millions in logistics fees, excess inventory, and customer churn.

Say hello to machine learning and process automation to respond faster, gain inventory planning sophistication, and deliver exceptional customer experience.

Say hello to high-velocity.

Friction occurs at all stages of the supply chain. It slows us down, creates delays and results in human error. For supply chain leaders, these friction points stand in the way of achieving key supply chain objectives.

Incomplete Inventory Visibility

Complex order management calculation and translating shipments to orders make it difficult to manage inventory in motion and optimize inventory spend

Poor Carrier Data Quality

No centralized view of carrier performance, lack of insights onto why shipments fail to track and how to fix

Poor eCommerce
Delivery Experience

Inaccurate order information from carriers, inability to send segmented comms or alerts, no process to resolve exceptions with carriers

Ineffective Labor Allocation

Expensive staff and high overhead due to manual processes at gate, yards, and docks, inability to prioritize important deliveries

Customer Service &
Call Center Backlog

High volume of WISMO calls, manual processes to handle customer requests, increased time to serve and resolve

Ineffective Booking
& Rating

Manual process to get rates and identify available carriers, lack of performance analytics with no ability to determine impact to carbon footprint

Costly Delays & Fees

Inability to understand why and where delays occurred, what exceptions are taking place, what containers are at risk of accessorial fees

Appointment Management

Carriers unsure which windows to book, manual process to manage appointments, congestion causes delays and missed appointments

Single mode and regional coverage


High latency data

Inefficient, manual yard operations

Legacy transportation management

Static dashboards and reports

Global end-to-end visibility

Real-time insights

Connected, smart facilities

Dynamic sourcing and execution

Predictive and prescriptive analytics


What a High-Velocity Supply Chain Looks Like 

A High-Velocity Supply Chain Means Maturing Away From Manual Outdated Processes