RoadSync launches direct payment solution
By Edlyn Cardoza
RoadSync, a leading digital financial platform for the supply chain, recently announced the launch of its direct payment solution, which streamlines the transaction between the broker/carrier and the warehouse merchant while lessening the burden on the driver. The end-to-end solution increases efficiency for drivers by 75% via payment automation, creating a quick and simple transaction.
Streamlining an existing payment process, a driver provides their cell phone number when arriving at a RoadSync Checkout Merchant to make and authorise a pre-approved payment from their broker/carrier using RoadSync Advance.
RoadSync continues to make payment solutions easier, faster, and more accessible, giving those across the logistics supply chain the ability to pay and accept payments based on industry standard payment methods. By building partnerships and integrating with industry leaders like WEX and Comdata, RoadSync’s flexible and connected digital payments platform removes payment barriers ensuring financial transactions occur quickly and seamlessly. For brokers and carriers, enhanced payment methods, like direct payments, allow for greater payment control, fraud elimination, automatic receipt capture, and driver delay minimisation. Warehouses benefit from faster payment processing, fewer dock door delays, and reduced requests for lost receipts.
“By continuing to grow our partnerships and modernize payment solutions built on industry standards, we are ensuring payments are streamlined and connected,” states Robin Gregg, CEO, RoadSync. “Our direct payment solution does this. It reduces friction and expands payment options as well as increases industry efficiency and productivity. By linking our Advance and Checkout products in an entirely new way, we are giving our network of drivers, carriers/brokers, and warehouses connectivity unachievable with other technology partners – all built on an industry-standard payment infrastructure.”
An early user of the direct payment solution, Dairyland Transportation, LLC is thrilled with the convenience and efficiency the solution is providing for both staff and drivers. “The new setup went great,” notes Heather Ewing. “The driver was very pleased and happy with how easy it was. We can’t wait to get the rest of the locations up and running.”
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