When Cass assumes responsibility for your freight invoices, you’ll begin to see a transformation in how your team works. While we take on the hassle, you’ll gain the bandwidth to focus on higher-value projects – new carrier contracts, network optimization, and countless other initiatives.
Cass will assume time-consuming processes such as rate management, EDI set up, exception handling, accruals and GL coding and much more. We'll work directly with your carriers to improve invoice automation and accuracy. And, we'll give your carriers access to invoice status and a dedicated team at Cass to call with inquiries. All of this accelerates processes, lowers overhead, and delivers superior results.
Outsourcing freight audit and payment creates savings in many ways. First, by unloading a process that’s draining resources, shippers can divert both logistics and accounting resources to higher-value, more efficient functions. Second, with a precise invoice audit system in place, overpayments and duplicate payments disappear.
These results are considerable and will yield a positive ROI. Yet the largest savings are often achieved when shippers leverage the visibility they've gained.
Capturing a universal view of what’s driving costs becomes simple with Cass.
With deep business intelligence at their fingertips, shippers can confidently tackle projects such as carrier consolidation, network analysis or calculating landing costs. The data supports initiatives such as identifying and reducing problem accessorials and creating carrier scorecards. The insights you gain will drive informed decision-making and meaningful cost reductions.
This accurate, normalized data will give you a complete financial and operational picture of your shipping spend.
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