Full Circle TMS integrates FourKites’ predictive supply chain visibility platform

Addition boosts visibility and real-time data on shipment movements for Full Circle TMS customers

Customers using Full Circle TMS can now benefit from additional shipment visibility following the integration of FourKites’ multimodal visibility platform into the Full Circle TMS.

The integration adds real-time data on shipment transit times, location and status of shipments from capacity providers within FourKites’ network.

“Our TMS subscribers constantly must give their customers accurate and timely information about the status of their time-critical shipments,” said Stuart Sutton, president and CEO of Full Circle TMS. “Our integration with FourKites provides tremendous value to our Enterprise TMS customers.

Sutton noted that shipment information like vehicle position, arrivals, departures and supporting documentation will flow seamlessly from the company’s integrated driver productivity app Circle Mobile through the TMS out to the shipper in real time.

“With FourKites, shippers and logistics providers can quickly activate tracking, notifications for exceptions and get precise ETAs,” he added. “This integration enhances our Enterprise TMS offering, which is a clear win for our subscribers, who can expand their market to a whole new set of shippers.”

Shippers are increasingly demanding carriers utilize specific platforms, and FourKites is one of those.

“We love how Full Circle TMS makes it easy for us to provide real-time shipment transparency and visibility to our shippers,” said Jim Noble, COO of Issa Logistics. “The TMS has all sorts of visibility integrations for shippers, and the FourKites integration is just another way the ingenious minds at Full Circle TMS keep our company on the leading edge of technology. Now, if a shipper says they will only give me business if I integrate with FourKites, I can easily say yes.”

According to FourKites, Full Circle TMS users, which include hot-shot, truckload carriers and brokers, can easily send updated shipment status information via FourKites to shippers from within the Full Circle TMS platform. “The integration allows them to improve tracking and exception management, reduce costs associated with missing delivery windows, and provide world-class tracking experiences to their shipping customers,” the company noted.

“With the constant pressure on global supply chains for real-time data, carriers of all sizes are fielding customer demands for more transparency throughout the lifecycle of a shipment,” said Mathew Elenjickal, founder and CEO of FourKites. “Together with shipment information from Full Circle TMS, our predictive visibility platform leverages machine learning and advanced analytics to provide supply chain professionals with the real-time data needed to make informed, trusted decisions, and to remain agile in the face of any circumstance.”

Full Circle TMS is a web-based transportation management system that includes customer relationship management, compliance management, order entry (including EDI), rating, planning, dispatch operations, integrated driver mobile app, customer portal, driver portal, carrier portal, fleet management, driver planning, load board, bid board, business process automation with visual workflow, document management and integrations to third-party applications.

FourKites provides a predictive supply chain visibility platform covering all modes of freight movement that tracks over 1 million loads and over $100 billion in freight under management at any given time.

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Brian Straight leads FreightWaves' Modern Shipper brand as Managing Editor. A journalism graduate of the University of Rhode Island, he has covered everything from a presidential election, to professional sports and Little League baseball, and for more than 10 years has covered trucking and logistics. Before joining FreightWaves, he was previously responsible for the editorial quality and production of Fleet Owner magazine and Brian lives in Connecticut with his wife and two kids and spends his time coaching his son’s baseball team, golfing with his daughter, and pursuing his never-ending quest to become a professional bowler. You can reach him at