Lockheed goes for software-as-a-service

October 2008
Logistics Manager;Oct2008, p36
Trade Publication
Case Study
The article describes the case of Lockheed Martin and its implementation of the Transport Lifecycle Management (TLM) system from Manhattan Associates. It is noted that the company opted for software-as-a-service to enhance its transport management processes. The company will use the system to be more efficient with logistics and shipments.


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