Noodle.ai Named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s SDCE 100 Top Supply Chain Projects for 2019
This week we were named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s SDCE 100 Top Supply Chain Projects for 2019 for our work with our customer Transplace.
The SDCE 100 is an annual list of 100 great supply chain projects. These projects can serve as a map for supply chain executives who are looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations.
These projects show how supply chain solution and service providers help their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence and prepare their supply chains for success.
“Every year our list of submissions for the SDCE 100 continues to grow as more companies rely on the expertise of supply management for innovative decision-making. Our winners raise the bar for what is achievable in the supply chain,” says John R. Yuva, editor for Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “With a variety of company sizes and industry sectors represented, our Top 100 are leading examples for how to approach and solve supply chain challenges. Congratulations to our 2019 winners and the projects that delivered greater operational efficiencies and bottom-line results across the supply chain.”
Summary of Noodle’ai’s award-winning Enterprise AI® work with Transplace (see page 25 – 26 of the June issue):
Project Goal: Help Transplace monetize the depth & breadth of its transportation network, lower transportation costs and exposure to spot market
Solutions: Noodle.ai System of Intelligence for Transportation
Business Impact: The use of Noodle.ai’s System of Intelligence enhanced Transplace’s visibility and automation that was needed to fully leverage its large network and achieve optimal transportation costs and service benefits for its shipper customers. By partnering with Noodle.ai, the company experienced lower exposure to the spot market and reduced carrier costs by building probabilistic itineraries that reduced empty miles while increasing acceptance rates. Transplace is expecting a 10 percent reduction in transportation costs and upwards of $7 million in savings for shippers.
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