IT is thriving in the logistics sector. Many CIOs (Chief Information Officers) perceive modern information technology as an important means to keep demanding clients happy and to optimize the efficiency of business processes in order to reduce costs. Industry organizations and advisors never grow tired of repeating this message incessantly. Large companies have been aware of this for some time now. They are giving IT an increasingly important role in their business operations. This is shown in research conducted by Eyefortransport, an American consultant for the logistics sector. Most of the interviewed managers consider technology as the heart of modern logistical service. More than 75% indicates that they are investing more in IT now than they have in the previous year. IT is perceived as the fundamental condition for future growth. The client is playing an increasingly pivotal role; they are more demanding than ever. In order to meet their demands and to ensure the efficiency of business operations, the investment in IT is a must. Studies show that investments are particularly made in Transportation (TMS) and Warehouse Management Systems (WMS).