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Craig Fuller Sits Down with CEO Krenar Komoni

Craig Fuller from FreightWaves welcomes Krenar Komoni, CEO and Founder at Tive for a discussion about the challenges (and solutions) ahead in 2021. Highlight: the Tive Open Visibility Network (OVN) and how collaboration among the leading in-transit visibility providers - starting with FourKites and project44 - will help shape global supply chains in 2021 and beyond.

Mar 26 2021

Tive Helps Customers Caught Up Near Suez Canal

Customer service is tested when things go wrong. Critical questions can be handled in real time. 

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Mar 15 2021

Webinar: Tive, project44 and Fuel Transport Talk Next-Level Visibility

Shipment visibility has been an important area of focus for supply chain professionals for years. Recent advances in technology have given companies access to greater transparency than ever before. However, achieving a full view of the shipping process to take visibility to the next level requires collaboration from shippers, logistics service providers, brokers and customers alike.

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Mar 09 2021

Tive Acquires UK-based MyTrackingDevices

Tive, a global leader of in-transit supply chain visibility welcomes MyTrackingDevices, a shipment and asset tracking company in London, UK to the Tive family. Following record growth in 2020 and a successful $12 million Series A funding round, Tive underscores its commitment to bring 100% visibility to shippers, brokers and logistics service providers (LSPs) globally with the addition of the successful UK-based shipment and asset tracking company.

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Mar 04 2021

Tive partners with Skyhook Wireless

Skyhook Wireless, a Boston based location technology company, had a vision over a decade ago: deliver a way to get hyper-accurate location data based on WiFi signals from access points where GPS is unreliable.

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Feb 16 2021

Tive & FourKites Partner to Deliver In-Transit Insights to Customers

Leading supply chain visibility player Tive® and FourKites®, the largest predictive supply chain visibility platform for shippers, carriers and 3PLs, today announced a partnership to provide mutual customers with an integrated platform that combines all in-transit data — including location, market-leading estimated times of arrival (ETA), temperature, light exposure and more. By integrating data that goes beyond shipment visibility, the two platforms will provide their mutual customers with a better end-customer experience.

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Feb 01 2021

Tive Announces The Open Visibility Network, Starting With project44

Industry’s First Comprehensive Visibility Partner Program Enhances Customer Experience at KODIS.

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Jan 20 2021

Beyond Location — Condition of In-transit Shipments Is Critical

The supply chain visibility movement is gaining massive traction, and you likely have a handle on monitoring where your shipments are in transit. But do you know how your shipment is?

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Jan 12 2021

How Do You Secure Your High-Value Shipments?

Cargo loss can trigger a domino effect of costs — lost revenue, supply chain interruptions, insurance claims, replacement shipments, customer service costs, and more. For high-value loads, the stakes are even higher. When shipping high-value goods, you want to make every effort to manage your load actively. Prevention of loss or damage to critical goods requires complete visibility into your in-transit shipments.

real-time visibility platform helps protect your precious cargo so you can deliver on-time and in-full every time. Here’s how:

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Dec 20 2020

Supply Chain Management for Dummies Showcases Tive

Team Tive is so excited to be showcased in the Supply Chain Management for Dummies - 2nd Edition book. Daniel Stanton's great work on this book (and many others!) highlights many best practices and content for beginners and beyond. Known as "Mr. Supply Chain," Mr. Stanton's books are used by students and appear in online learning courses on LinkedIn that have been viewed have been viewed over 1 million times, and he's a frequent speaker at educational conferences and industry events. Interested in getting started with supply chain management? Go to Amazon and get the book now!

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