Transportation Companies to Leverage Extended Invoicing and Document Management with Mercurygate - Hubtran Partnership
FREMONT, CA: Maximizing back office productivity and ensuring timely payment to carriers can increase a logistics company’s competitive advantage in today’s competitive environment. In sight of this verity, MercuryGate, provider of Transportation Management System (TMS) solutions, announced a partnership with HubTran, a cloud based provider of back-office automation and document management for transportation companies.
MercuryGate is now fully integrated with HubTran, a platform that can recognize, sort and organize transportation documents such as invoices, bills of lading, proof of delivery and other supporting documents. HubTran streamlines back office work using advanced machine learning algorithms and optical character recognition to discern and extract critical information from these documents.
At present, MercuryGate’s clients are able to manage parcel, LTL, intermodal and truckload shipments as well as complex multi-leg, ocean, air, and rail movements. Furthermore, The HubTran platform integration will facilitate Document Management, Optical Character Recognition, Document Validation, and Error Checking. The platform will also help shippers and logistics service providers dealing with inefficient and outdated invoice processing systems. Featuring rapid customization, MercuryGate’s clients can now expect fast Return-on-Investment (RoI) while accessing HubTran document management seamlessly embedded into the MercuryGate solution.
HubTran and MercuryGate’s integration provides a seamless platform for companies that want to increase their back office capacity and accuracy, while significantly reducing cost. “MercuryGate today benefit clients by providing a fully automated freight invoice management solution that provides cost allocations, accruals, audits and settlements. Our integration with HubTran extends this automation and collaborative workflow even further,” said Monica Wooden, MercuryGate CEO and Co-Founder.
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