CassPort® is the freight payment industry’s most powerful transportation business intelligence platform.
Cass clients rely on CassPort as their main source of accurate transportation expense data. What makes it such an invaluable tool?
First, we aggregate and normalize data from many sources – including bills of lading, shipment documents, carrier invoices, third-party sources, and more – which supports both audit quality and a valuable information database for reporting purposes.
Second, we capture shipment details at the most granular level. When Cass manages your freight invoices for all modes, all geographies, and all move types, you truly have one global view of your transportation costs - this level of transportation business intelligence is invaluable to organizations looking to better understand their expense data.
Once you have visibility to reliable transportation data, you can:
With this much power, Cass will play a critical role in managing your transportation spend.
Sometimes, visualization is the most powerful way to consume data. When you engage with the dashboards inside CassPort, your data will come to life. Display your most important metrics in dashboards, so you can see them any time, without effort. Compare time frames or drill deeper into a data category in seconds. With dashboards, you can quickly see and understand whatever’s important to you.
Cass also supports your systems integration requirements. Your freight spend data can be easily delivered to your ERP, TMS, accounting system, or other proprietary systems via our Transdata® services. Additionally, Cass can implement system integrations with your MRP, CRM, procurement, order management, and business intelligence systems as well as carrier or 3PL systems.
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