CarrierPoint TMS Global Transportation Management Software System

Cloud-Based TMS Software for End-to-End Shipment Management & Visibility for Bulk and Break-Bulk Shippers

Lower Shipping Costs and Grow Profits

Ensure you’re always getting a good price for a lane and independently track which carriers perform best.

Improve On-Time Deliveries

Improve OTD up to 20% by proactively managing shipment delays with visibility and predictive analytics.

Boost Employee Productivity

Remove labor-intensive, time-consuming, and error-prone processes and increase employees’ output up to 35%.

Optimize End-To-End Transportation Operations for Your Supply Chain

Many shippers maintain multiple software tools to manage transportation in their supply chain — leading to scattered management. Worse yet, some rely on manual processes to plan shipments, from tendering loads to paying invoices. With the IntelliTrans CarrierPoint TMS software, you’ll operate a single tool that incorporates disparate data sources, provides automated functionality to replace many manual or distributed processes, and provides the end-to-end visibility and control needed to optimize logistics operations.

Optimized End-to-End Supply Chain Transportation Operations
Integrated Supply Chain Data Streams Across Carriers for Informed Decision-Making

Make Informed Decisions With Integrated Data Streams Across Carriers

IntelliTrans CarrierPoint TMS is the only SaaS-based TMS that provides shipment execution and visibility across rail, truck, intermodal, barge, and ocean shipments. That means you stay in the know the entire time your shipments are en route. You’ll be able to respond quickly to address unexpected delays – our system will notify you when these occur, and in many cases, you’ll be able to use the TMS tool to make changes that minimize disruptions.

Shipment Execution & Visibility Across Carriers

Rail Shippers


Increase productivity by executing BOLs, tracking shipments, and auditing – all from the same place.
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From load tendering to dock scheduling to on-time-delivery, TMS tools automate manual processes and boost productivity.


Whether domestic or international, visibility tools give you insights to track shipments across various modes of transportation.
Ocean Freight Cargo Shipping


Barge shipments can experience delays for a variety of unpredictable reasons; know if they’re on track with IntelliTrans TMS.
Ocean Freight Cargo Shipping


Plan, book, track, and audit your ocean shipments from the same central dashboard you manage all your other logistics.

IntelliTrans CarrierPoint TMS Software Features

Proactively Plan End-to-End Shipment Operations

Contract Management

Automate your contract processes and manage carrier contract terms and conditions online — anywhere, anytime.

eRFQ & Shipment Rating

Manage your long and short term needs for rate negotiations with your carriers.

Load Planning

Increase carrier capacity and consolidate shipments with dynamic load planning tools.

Proactively Plan End-to-End Supply Chain Shipment Operations
Execute and Manage All Facets of Your Supply Chain

Execute and Manage All Facets of Your Supply Chain

TMS Dispatch

Manage by exception and let the transportation management system enforce contracts, tender loads, and provide real-time communication with your business partners. The unique expansive-tendering algorithm drives least-cost carrier utilization, saving an average of almost $200 per load.

Mobile App and Kiosk

Stay in touch with carriers using the mobile app. Carriers easily schedule and respond to loads, send position updates, provide delivery confirmations, check-in upon arrival, download and sign documentation, and more. (Google Play & App Store).

Invoice Audit & Payment

Eliminate paperwork and resolve discrepancies more quickly using our TMS software’s automated invoice auditing tool. Having tendering, shipping, rating, and invoicing in a single platform improves auditing and reduces cost.

Maximize Shipping Visibility & Carrier Transparency

Shipment Visibility

Track shipments from order entry to payment via the Global Supply Chain Control Tower that acts as a centralized command center for your entire logistics team.

Dock Scheduling

Provide carriers with self-service facility scheduling to minimize work for your team. Carriers will appreciate the ability to plan their schedule and you’ll be able to optimize their time on-site so that shipments get underway faster.


From scheduled reports to interactive data visualizations, we give you the tools and data-driven alerts to ask deeper questions and deliver more meaningful insights.

Maximize Shipping Visibility and Supply Chain Carrier Independence

IntelliTrans CarrierPoint TMS Software FAQs

What is a TMS (Transportation Management System)?
A TMS is a software-based automation tool supply chain leaders use to run their shipping operations. More than that, a TMS can be a powerful management tool that provides insights into day-to-day operational performance, as well as into the performance of third-party carriers who transport products to their destinations. With a TMS, supply chain leaders can identify and mitigate real-time shipment issues, keep customers informed of delivery timing, and track historical performance of key KPIs in order to develop plans to further optimize operations.
How Does a Transportation Management System Work?
Transportation management systems aggregate data from a variety of sources to provide shippers with a comprehensive view of real-time operational status. The tool also provides key functionality to control operations, including assigning loads to carriers, scheduling pick ups and deliveries, and auditing and paying approved invoices. Finally, the tool collects data on all operations and provides users with analytics and reports on key performance factors.
Who Uses a Transportation Management System?
Companies that ship products to customers using trucks, rail, barge, ships, or intermodal options should consider using a TMS. The right TMS helps companies deliver cost-effective, efficient, and responsive experiences for their customers, with tools in place to help their employees ensure a smooth customer experience. A TMS also provides valuable assistance in reviewing and paying shipping invoices, helping improve employee productivity and satisfaction while protecting against overpayments.
What Are the Benefits of a Transportation Management System?
There are many benefits tied to operating a TMS to manage your supply chain operation. Some of the most significant include improved customer satisfaction, reduced shipping expenses, greater operational efficiency, reduced carbon footprint, lower operational risk, and higher employee productivity and satisfaction.
What Are Essential Features in a Transportation Management System?
A TMS should include these essential features: data integration and aggregation across multiple systems and feeds; an easy-to-use interface and dashboard; ability to identify the best carrier for a given lane and book a shipment with them immediately, ability to track single shipments across multiple modes of transportation; ability to assign loads as well as schedule pick-up and delivery; ability to audit and process invoices for payment.
How do Organizations Implement Transportation Management Systems?
To implement a TMS, IntelliTrans works closely with your IT organization to identify all existing systems and feeds that will need to be incorporated into the new TMS tool, as well as with the supply chain organization to ensure that all necessary visibility and functionality are incorporated into the custom installation. Customers are able to continue operating a variety of supply chain tools as needed, as these tools feed into the overall TMS tool – thus helping ensure minimal disruption during the implementation process.

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Supply chain visibility. Everyone in the transportation and logistics industry needs it. But there are many degrees of visibility in the marketplace. In-transit visibility, which is what is most commonly discussed and shows where goods are along the route from origin to destination, is only part of the picture.

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