Posts Tagged ‘Shipper’

Big Data Alchemy

We are living in the Big Data era, where every new system or automation produces, retains and generates more and more information – often much more than users know what to do with. This is why reports are so vital ­because they offer a kind of ‘Big Data alchemy’, turning information into golden collateral. Much…

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Simultaneous thinking in the digital age

Key to the exploitation of these developments lie in Machine-to-Machine (M2M) systems. Large amounts of data are collected by machines and transmitted to others to be analysed. The results are then sent to yet other machines for execution.

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Press Release – TGMatrix appoints new Managing Director

We are pleased to announce that Mr Jonathan Nutchey has been appointed Managing Director of TGMatrix, the fully-automated digital freight matching service for shippers and carriers. Having performed the Managing Director role informally for the past six months, Nutchey will now officially be focusing on driving forward the TGMatrix solution, for which he has been…

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Turning Blockchain Into A Supply Chain Advantage

Blockchain has the potential to completely transform transport and supply chain practice and financing. The technology is gaining considerable interest due to it offering a secure, immutable and tamper-proof distributed ledger. Once a block of data has been recorded it is there in perpetuity, for all users to refer to. Information can be added but…

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Big Data Alchemy

We are living in the Big Data era, where every new system or automation produces, retains and generates more and more information – often much more than users know what to do with. This is why reports are so vital ­because they offer a kind of ‘Big Data alchemy’, turning information into golden collateral. Much…

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Digital Freight Matchin

Simultaneous thinking in the digital age

Key to the exploitation of these developments lie in Machine-to-Machine (M2M) systems. Large amounts of data are collected by machines and transmitted to others to be analysed. The results are then sent to yet other machines for execution.

Read More