Harnessing the Power of IoT to Track Shipments in Real-Time

Dagny Dukach
Dagny Dukach

"As I sit here and look around my apartment, it's likely that every single item has been shipped here from across the state, the country or even the world. Supply chain is an essential cog of the global economy..."

In a recent interview with the Early Stage Podcast, Tive CRO and Co-Founder Rob Stevens sheds light  on how Tive is using IoT technology to giving manufacturers and shippers a new level of visibility into their in-transit goods.

Rob discusses how Tive began, where we are now, and how the company is continuing to develop and expand our real-time monitoring and analysis capabilities. John also dives deep into why companies would want to track goods, how Tive compares to other solutions, and the important role the Tive CEO's father in law played in the formation of the company.

To learn more, listen to the full interview here:

The Early Stage Podcast hosted by John Valentine interviews top entrepreneurs and offers its listeners a deep dive into the challenges and strategies of building a successful startup. To learn more, visit the Early Stage Podcast on iTunes or SoundCloud.

Topics: Supply Chain Visibility, Tive, IoT



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