As we start down the road into 2023, we’d like to take a look back at some of our biggest highlights from the past year. From explosive growth and exciting new product releases to insightful commentary and industry insights, here are our top updates from 2022.
Your guide to thriving in a volatile market
With peak season starting earlier and lasting longer than ever, balancing high expectations against even higher shipping prices is no easy task. To help shippers to thrive in this market, Shipwell put together a guide to the strategies needed to keep shipments on track, on budget and on time.
Shipwell ranks among the fastest growing companies in America
Through Shipwell’s dedication to delivering real savings, visibility, control and insights to our customers, Inc. Magazine ranked Shipwell among the fastest growing companies in America with a 3-year growth rate of over 1,000%.
Shipwell’s TMS enters the Microsoft D365 community
Supply chain efficiency and cost-control have never been more vital, and with this new partnership, Shipwell paves the way by bringing easy integration of powerful TMS capabilities on the D365 platform to automate, optimize and streamline the supply chain.
Shipwell takes home the Technology Trailblazer Award
Shipwell has always aimed to lead the digital evolution of today’s supply chains, and is honored to have that effort recognized with the Technology Trailblazer Award from the 2022 Supply Chain and Procurement Awards.
How sustainable is sustainability?
The world was dealing with a lot back in 2022 — much of which has carried over to 2023 — so has that changed the push toward sustainability in the supply chain? Listen in as Shipwell President and Cofounder, Jason Traff discusses with Jeof Vita from Inbound Logistics.
Stay on track with new and improved alerts
Working to further eliminate disruption from the supply chain, Shipwell added two new features to Compass Dashboard, with detention alerts to prevent or reduce detention charges and carrier insurance alerts to safeguard against liability exposure.
Preparing shippers for the supply chain turmoil in 2022
From the beginning it was clear that 2022 was going to be a tough year for supply chains — but strategies exist to ease the burden. Shipwell Cofounder and President, Jason Traff outlined what to expect and how to adapt with Inbound Logistics.