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Gartner continues to see the TMS market grow at an accelerated rate. Factors such as the need to reduce costs; improve internal productivity, efficiency and customer service; increase visibility; and make better use of capacity are driving the growth of the market through 2022. The Americas regions will continue to lead the global TMS market in volume of implementations, followed by EMEA and then Asia/Pacific (APAC). 

By 2022, spend on TMS applications will be $1.94 billion, accounting for 31% of the $6.2 billion supply chain execution (SCE) market. This growth will be driven by the replacement of on-premises software with SaaS applications. SaaS will account for 65% of the TMS market by 2022, up from 37% in 2017.

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When we started the company in 2012, we set out to create a unique TMS that is modern, easy to use, and delivers the fastest route to value by offering the ability to implement and go-live in a single day. “TMS Made Easy” seemed like an appropriate tagline for a solution that was purpose-built to provide rich functionality. We created intuitive mobile apps for drivers, and invented the Logistics Activity Stream which provides instant messaging to eliminate multiple and redundant threads of communication within the transportation department,” says Mark Nix, founder of Cloud Logistics. “To be recognized as a challenger in our second appearance in the 2019 Magic Quadrant while continuing to add several great customer partners each year validates the execution of that vision.



Cloud Logistics was founded as an alternative to the traditional slow moving, high priced transportation management systems. TMS from Cloud Logistics offers a modern, intuitive user experience that optimizes carrier selection, simplifies load tendering and communication, and streamlines payment while increasing visibility and offering real-time reporting.