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by Optym

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Data

Why is Data So Important, and Why Should We Care?

Data is the snapshot of an event. An event could be a transaction with a customer, results from a roadside inspection, or a ping from an asset tracking device. Data represents the outcomes from these events that are recorded in a quantifiable way. Information is a way of bringing data together into a narrative, to provide context and to tell a story to inform. Without the context information provides, data is useless.

Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous Vehicles: Happy Birthday, George Jetson – Thanks for the Inspiration Part I

Were autonomous vehicles foretold by a 1960s cartoon?
For those who are old enough to remember, the Jetsons animated sitcom was an interesting take on what the future of transportation and life would look like in the year 2062. While in some respects 2062 is still off in the distance, George Jetson himself, aged 40 at the series debut, would have been born in the year 2022, which is just around the corner, and so are autonomous vehicles–or are they?

supply chain

Mathematics in the Supply Chain

In a recent article in The Guardian by Michael Brooks, “Algebra: the math’s working to solve the UK’s supply chain crisis,” several knowledge experts were asked how mathematics is used to solve supply chain issues. One of the experts, Ravi Ahuja, founder and CEO of Axele, shared his expertise…

Axele Case Study: The Big Picture, at My Fingertips

Avalon National, LLC is a regional and long-haul carrier headquartered in Cassadaga, NY.
When Ashley Pierce joined Avalon National as office manager and dispatcher, after just two days on the job, owner and president Ray Kaczarsaid, “You don’t need me. I’m going on the road.” When Ray called to check on her the next day, Ashley had Avalon’s drivers completely booked out, rockin’ and rollin.’
With help from Axele.

TMS Trucking software

What is TMS Trucking Software, and How Can It Help You?

If you’re wondering what TMS trucking software is, there’s a good chance you need it.
TMS trucking software is a solution that is designed to help truckload carriers find, plan, manage and invoice their loads.
Some carriers are still using spreadsheets and checklists for that, but if you’re one of them, you are missing out on a lot of profit that could be flowing to your bottom line.

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