Can business intelligence improve your transport operations?

Kuzeljevich, Julia
March 2013
Canadian Transportation & Logistics;Mar2013, Vol. 116 Issue 2, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information on business intelligence and discusses how it can help in the improvement of logistic and transport operations. It mentions that business intelligence is the act of understanding one's business at the most basic level. It further discusses how transport data and analytic discipline in a supply chain organization can help in gathering data for predictive analysis.


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