As 2022 comes to a close, companies are still recovering from the whiplash that resulted from the pandemic and now many believe the U.S. is in a recession, with a possible global recession not far behind. Inflation has reached heights not seen in four decades and mass layoffs are occurring among many technology and supply chain companies.
To meet the needs of consumers in the midst of fast-changing supply chain patterns, the industry had to adapt with haste. Many logistics service providers invested in technology to automate processes and increase efficiency. Instead of having teams dedicated to specific mundane tasks, employees focused their attention on other jobs to keep their supply chains running.
So just how did the COVID-19 pandemic shake the industry?
In partnership with Chain.io, FreightWaves surveyed logistics professionals across North America about the following topics:
• Change in investment over the last two years
• Technology priorities
• Customer technology priorities
• Planned technology investments over the next 12 months
The complete findings are available in this white paper. Complete the form below to download your complimentary copy.