Cut the Cord. Embrace the Cloud.

October 16, 2018

The enemy of the logistics manager, dispatcher or driver is that of being stationary. Whether due to limited time, ability, or resources, being anchored means that inventory is not being delivered.


PDI Gives Back: A Volunteer’s Perspective

Today is the International Day of Charity—a day established by the United Nations to spotlight…

That’s a Wrap: A Look Back at UC18

It’s been nearly three decades since PDI hosted its first Users Conference with a handful of…

PDI Chats: A Conversation with SIGMA CEO Ryan McNutt

When most people hear the word Sigma, it usually conjures images of a Greek letter, constellation,…

The Power of Partnerships: Fintech and PDI

This blog post is sponsored by Fintech. For over 25 years, Fintech has been the leading solutions…

The Power of Partnerships: Datalogic and PDI​

This blog post is sponsored by Datalogic. Datalogic is a global manufacturer of mobile computers…

A Rebirth of Fleet Management Systems

To state the obvious: technology is always changing. This is a good thing, right? Faster…

​Fuel Taxes: Status – It’s Complicated

Benjamin Franklin said only two things in life are certain: death and taxes. Since PDI is not in…

Fueling a car gas tank.

Accurately Fulfill Consumer Demand by Leveraging Industry Experience with Targeted Technology

Make sure your station never runs dry by leveraging your experience within the market alongside…

Three Ways to Maximize Fuel Carrier Margins with Tech

The financial ebb and flow of the trucking business is a well-documented phenomenon. In fact,…

Supply Chain Necessity is the Mother of Transportation Invention

Electric commercial vehicles make as much if not more sense than EVs in any other market segment.…

Making Data-Driven Decisions: No Runouts, No Retains

Nearly two decades into the 21st century, and the world’s ever-evolving business landscape shows…

Redefining Community in the Digital Age

There was a time—back when fax machines and rich mahogany were regular office staples—that product…