Our Pledge: “We will remove ALL Lithium-Ion Batteries from the production of our Supply Chain Trackers by the end of 2020… it’s simply the right thing to do for the logistics industry and the environment.” Krenar Komoni, CEO @ Tive.co
Because Tive is the leading provider of in-transit supply chain tracking solutions, we like to talk about how the Tive sensor and software solution gives companies real-time access to comprehensive in-transit data throughout their supply chain. But sometimes is much better to hear our customers do the talking for us.
Tive is thrilled to announce that we have been recognized by Gartner as one of the Real-Time Visibility Platforms Sample Vendors in the Hype Cycle for Supply Chain Execution Technologies, 2019 report. The report states, “Supply chain visibility is no longer a ‘nice to have’ for any organization, no matter the size, and now spans a multitude of vertical industries, use-case segments and geographies. When it comes to physical domestic transportation, customers are demanding more real-time visibility into in-transit shipments.”
As in-transit visibility gets better, faster, and cheaper, one of the industries benefiting the most from new track and trace technologies is the food supply chain. In this recent Food Logistics article, President of Transworld Data Mary Shacklett sheds light on the current state of food tracking solutions through interviews with a variety of vendors.
Tive is excited to announce the release of our newest product: the Tive Solo™. The Solo is a low-cost single-use tracker which provides real-time visibility across the supply chain while eliminating reverse logistics challenges.