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Expansion of Intelligent Automation Solutions to Freight Brokers and Factoring Companies
We continue to expand Intelligent Automation solutions to help more freight professionals save cash and time with major advancements in document management.
Our Intelligent Automation platform is as flexible as it is customizable. It’s an intelligent document processing solution designed to eliminate upwards of 97% of the repetitive, manual work associated with typical document management…
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Own the Freight Market with a Cash Flow Advantage
Be the first to read our new cash flow guide full of strategies and tips to give you the upper hand in today’s volatile freight market.
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Are you Burning Bridges? There is a Better Way to Pay
In the cash-intensive trucking business, many carriers are used to paying fees between 2 and 5% to get their funds within a few days of completing a load. Getting access to funds may be the only way for small carriers and owner-operators to cover the outlay for fuel, driver wages, and other costs to move their next load.
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TIA 2022 Capital Ideas Conference and the NPTC Annual Conference
We want to see YOU at the following upcoming shows.
TIA 2022 Capital Ideas Conference – San Diego | April 6-9 | Come by Booth# 703
NPTC Annual Conference – Cincinnati | April 10-12 | Stop by Booth# 346
Trucking News: More Accurate ETAs, Parking Access, “Long COVID,” plus More Headlines to Keep you Up to Date.
Machine learning and the Internet of Things can help real-time visibility tools produce more accurate ETAs because they can account for factors that might otherwise go unreported in a check call.
“For a truer ETA, companies are using IoT data from trucks to get a better understanding of driver behavior, such as typical driving speeds and times, as well as how they operate in heavily congested areas,” said Chris Cunnane…
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