Maximize Your Purchasing Power With MercuryProcure
Transportation sourcing is complex. You must consider multiple modes, a wide range of potential providers with varying capabilities and capacity, as well as numerous rate structures in the market. MercuryProcure is designed specifically for the unique requirements of transportation sourcing. It asks the right questions in bid requests, compares proposed service levels against past carrier performance of your shipments, and ensures you have access to current market conditions regarding rates.
Accelerate the bid process
Simplify data collection and use templates to execute more bids, faster.
Maximize your purchasing power
Select the best carriers, and the optimal modes for shipments across your entire transportation network.
Reduce costs for transportation across all modes
Analyze and rank all modes of transportation with one system.
Maintain positive carrier relationships
Communicate effectively and efficiently with your carriers.
Automation & Transparency = Positive Carrier Relationships
MercuryProcure allows you to compare current rates against last year’s benchmarks using your actual shipment data. This in-depth comparison enables you to accurately model the rates submitted by carriers against executed shipments, providing you with maximum purchasing power.
With MercuryProcure’s aggregated shipment information, guided bid creation, analysis and execution, you are able to easily communicate with carriers, enabling you to execute more bids, faster.
Additionally, MercuryProcure provides greater visibility for carriers into your supply chain needs and metrics, ultimately helping you maintain positive carrier relationships.
Talking Logistics – Streamline The Transportation Procurement Process
WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY
“MercuryProcure is integrated with the company’s other products and is designed to allow customers to use carrier rating, carrier performance and real-time shipment data to project accurate costs as they make transportation purchasing decisions.”
– Eric Johnson, American Shipper Magazine