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Learn how e2open’s integration with SONAR can help to streamline operations, enable better decision-making and optimize transportation spend by providing real-time rate visibility and SONAR data directly within the e2open TMS.

What products are integrated with e2open?

SONAR TRAC spot rates are the average buy rate (to the carrier) derived from 3PL and freight brokerage reported by booked or covered date. TRAC spot rates are available for van, refrigerated and flatbed freight.

SONAR contract rates are aggregated from the SONAR contract rate database of $38 billion of paid freight invoices. The data set includes more than 11,000 carriers and 75 million unique shipments. Historical data is available back to 2017.


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Andrew Synnott
Mid-Market(51-1000 emp.)

"Single stop for FW-made and industry/macroeconomic metrics."

"Single place for many data points needed to understand the freight marketplace and upstream macroeconomic drivers. Ability to create a variety of views, comparisons between different metrics, save and share views."

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Steven Carter
Enterprise(> 1000 emp.)

"Pricing Analyst"

"Amount of data. Historic data current data and predictions for future. I really like comparing, OTRI, OTVI, for both reefers and vans. Rates are also accurate, which is very helpful for bidding."

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Davide Gatto
Mid-Market(51-1000 emp.)

"One of the most complete platform for worldwide freight analysis"

"The Container Atlas App allows me to constantly monitor market trends to understand which routes are in greatest demand. There are a lot of useful macro-economic indicators to have a broader view of the market. Data for Container Atlas id downloadable."

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