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Freight Brokers are Using Technology to Prioritize Carrier Relationships
Are carrier relationships really that important in an industry that is moving more and more towards automation and self-serve booking? We think so.

Many modern freight brokerages like Buffalo, NY-based Concept Logistics are turning to technology to help them build and maintain relationships with their carrier network.
Concept turned to Parade and Tai TMS to automate processes so reps had more time to discuss the important things with carriers, get to know their carrier network better, and ultimately improve carrier reuse and the bottom line.
Join Elise Le from Parade, Sean McGillicuddy from Tai TMS, and Greg Finnerty from Concept Logistics on July 21st at 1pm EST to learn more about how Concept is using technology to prioritize carrier relationships and how it has positively impacted their business.

What You’ll Learn:
• The importance of carrier relationships in the modern freight industry
• How automation can have positive impacts on carrier relationships though many in the industry worry that automation will have the opposite effect.
• The impacts of tribal knowledge on the brokerage floor and how technology can reduce reliance on it
• The importance of carrier re-use and how technology can help facilitate that
• How more detailed carrier data can not only help in booking loads, but also in directing sales
• Various ways a well-rounded, fully integrated tech stack can improve both visibility and carrier relationships

Speakers:
Greg Finnerty, VP of Operations at Concept Logistics
Sean McGillicuddy, VP of Sales & Marketing at Tai TMS
Elise Le, VP of Customer Experience at Parade

Please register today to reserve your spot to join us live.

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