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Tai Software Bringing Up More Focus On The FTL and LTL Side

January 23, 2021

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Lately, the industry has been able to advance thanks to the progression of artificial intelligence and automation. And anything that’s TMS (transportation management systems) especially. This is why these advancements have revolutionized the way logistics companies have been able to track day-to-day shipments and process freight quotes. The use, therefore, is widespread and the tasks are multiplied, but not every TMS is built equally. Take Tai Software for instance. They’re a TMS provider capable of being comprehensive and all-in-one while also allowing freight brokers unmatched visibility and scalability. Their platform, Tai TMS, has a design that can handle current freight volumes while also mastering scalability as the business grows.


Tai Software has the TMS game locked down

Centrality happens to be the secret ingredient to make Tai work well when it comes to LTL and FTL shipments. They’re able to be quoted, booked and tracked from one platform to another. The direct integration with each major carrier and load board shows that Tai barely needs a middleman to transact freight. Sean McGillicuddy, the VP of Sales for Tai Software, had this to say: “We’re providing brokers a centralized platform for everything that they do. They don’t have to jump into a load board’s platform or go to an LTL carrier’s website — all of those updates feed right into our platform.”


Apparently, with their software, Tai is breaking the competition by showing applied intelligence. This is derivative from three core aspects of intelligence. Company, consulting and machine intelligence. This is how it is, according to CEO Walter Mitchell. He goes on to mention that “Tai takes these three aspects to drive a software platform that helps users easily do their job in a way that’s much more streamlined, easier to use and manage, and more automated than anyone else in the TMS space.”


How this can affect the trucking industry is still unsure. They’re just making sure we have more efficient freight deliveries. This may be vague, but still, it’s somewhat inspiring. 2021 is shaping out to be a good year so far.

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