Traceability, transport budget, process automation… Focus on the tools available to optimize your supply chain!
Find out why, how to use transport management software and its benefits. Transport management software at the service of the supply chain!
The Covid crisis has demonstrated the need for supply chain agility. What are the solutions to develop agility in transport organisations?
A summary of practical advice and short-term solutions, given by Jérôme Bour during the webinar on May 15, 2020, to restart his business in times of crisis.
Are you looking for TMS software but don’t know which one to choose? Discover in this ebook “the 10 questions to ask yourself to choose your TMS”.
Focus on the many benefits provided by DDS Logistics’ transport solutions for all players in the transport and supply chain.
ACSEP and DDS Logistics have signed an ambitious partnership agreement. ACSEP will ensure the distribution, integration and support of DDS Logistics’ TMS solutions.
The success of a Logistics TMS implementation project is strategic for the company. Focus on good practices!
As it is constantly developed to meet the growing needs of its users, transport software is adapting to every organization and process of increasingly complex supply chains
The three main reasons to use transport software which is stands out as the ideal tool to help businesses.
With a possible no-deal exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union just a few weeks away, logistics operators and carriers are having to conduct analyses, anticipate and take action to gain tighter control of their customers’ processes. Amongst the available tools, the DDS Shipper transport software solution DDS Shipper, developed by DDS Logistics, stands out as a valuable ally.
How to manage, analyse and improve the optimisation of transport purchases on a daily basis? By using a TMS! A look back at the benefits of TMS….
DDS Logistics’ results are looking good. The turnover that the French transport software leader made in 2010 is close to 7 million Euros, 25% higher than in 2008, the year that preceded the crisis. For DDS Logistics CEO Jérôme Bour, these good figures result from “new deals…
To prepare for the forthcoming boom in wood fuel demand, Cofely (part of GDF SUEZ) has chosen DDS Shipper for its logistics infrastructure. DDS Shipper is a high performance transport management computer solution developed by DDS Logistics, the French leader in the industry.
Geolocation, incoterms, electronic data interchange between carriers and shippers… To be in line with current practices and anticipate tomorrow’s regulations, French TMS leader DDS Logistics has made its transport and international software evolve. DDS Logistics’ new products will be presented at the SITL trade show from the 29th to the 31st of March 2011 in […]
Air-handling systems specialist France Air has chosen DDS Logistics’ TMS (Transport Management System) solution to manage flows, transport plans… and improve fill rate.
On its www.ddslogistics.com website, French transport software leader DDS Logistics has launched a free simulator that lets you estimate what you can save on transport by using the TMS. A first!!
By the end of 2010 the three main European production sites of the world’s leading civil and military helicopter manufacturer Eurocopter group, a division of EADS, will be equipped with publisher DDS Logistics’ software solution. The goal is to improve the traceability of all flows (import and export) related to helicopter manufacturing.
French TMS (Transport Management System) leader DDS Logistics expands its range of software products for shippers, carriers and forwarders with new modules and features. The publisher has made user-friendliness and optimization priorities.
As a winner of the PM’up program, transport and international trade software publisher DDS Logistics will be able to boost its international growth with the support of the Ile-de-France regional council.
In 25 years, international trade and transportation software publisher DDS Logistics carved itself out a sizeable share of the French TMS (Transport Management System) market. Now the French leader, it is speeding up its expansion on the international scene. • 1984, an up-and-coming publisher The birth of DDS (Data Dynamic Systems) coincides with […]
DDS Logistics’ TMS (Transport Management System) is currently used by four subsidiaries of Total’s EP (Exploration Production) branch. The medium-term objective is to deploy it in all other subsidiaries, mainly in Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
ESSILOR, the world leader in ophthalmic optics, has chosen DDS Logistics’ DDS Shipper TMS (Transport Management computer Solution) to better follow its export flows from its Creteil (France, 94) distribution center and keep an eye on its invoicing.
According to a study by Beth Enslow of Aberdeen Group, a research institute, 8% of financial costs in the logistics chain could be avoided with better management of transport invoice control. Delocalisation to low-cost countries and the resulting extended logistics chain have made transport invoices more difficult to track and to verify. The ‘Finance’ module […]
Alinéa, the furnishings and decorations retailer, is expanding rapidly and has decided to track its procurement orders and manage its upstream merchandise flows in real time. It has chosen DDS Shipper, the international transport and commerce software published by DDS Logistics, to provide the solution.
The new challenge for manufacturers and the FCMG sector To stay competitive, it has become essential for manufacturers and major retailers to be able to identify the best sources for procurement. Increasing numbers of them are importing goods from low cost countries – principally China. Efficient sourcing and bulk-buying are the keys to cutting costs […]
DDS Logistics, TMS market leader in France, has reinforced its lead with the help of its EAI solution. Although its primary function is to enable heterogeneous applications to exchange information, DDS Logistics’s EAI solution is now capable of processing large volumes of data by multi-threading thanks to the advanced technologies of concurrent programming. Interview with […]
More than one third of DDS Logistics clients have chosen outsourced hosting solutions. This is an underlying trend among the publishers of transport and international business software solutions, who have spent the last seven years developing SaaS (Software as a Service) applications in parallel with the sale of licences.
DDS Logistics solutions are to be used for the first time in the high-tech sector. Packard Bell, one of the world’s largest computer manufacturers and very well-placed on the European market, has chosen DDS Shipper software to control its Transport Management System (TMS).
By the end of 2008, Grosfillex, a manufacturer of construction products and furniture for interiors and exteriors, will be deploying all of the modules in DDS Logistics’ DDS Shipper software package. These include: automated grouping and shipping, pre-billing, shipper management and sourcing traceability and simulation.