Turvo and Denim unite to revolutionise freight payments and financing

Turvo and Denim unite to revolutionise freight payments and financing

Turvo, the world’s premier collaboration application provider for supply chains, is joining forces with Denim, a reliable freight payments system which processes over $1m daily.

This alliance is set to simplify and automate freight payments and financing for brokers.

The goal of this strategic partnership is to integrate Denim’s flexible factoring, payments automation, and broker operations tools into Turvo’s collaborative TMS platform. This integration is aimed at easing the freight factoring and payment processes, providing an enhanced experience for customers and carriers.

Turvo is a prominent player in supply chain management, providing an innovative collaboration application. This application unites shippers, logistics providers, and carriers, streamlining operations and facilitating real-time collaboration. On the other hand, Denim is an expert in freight payments, offering flexible financing solutions and using smart automation to cut down redundant tasks.

The integrated solution of Denim and Turvo is set to revolutionise the conventional process of manually uploading documents or emailing invoices. With this, logistics service providers can process factored and non-factored payments within a single interface. This integration will also provide Turvo’s broker customers access to Denim’s vast supply chain network, simplifying the selection of jobs, carriers, and customers for billing.

This partnership is designed to benefit established and enterprise brokers who aim to increase operational efficiencies from streamlined financials and payments. Denim’s freight payment system aligns well with Turvo’s customer-first approach, focusing on automating the order-to-cash shipment lifecycle through seamless integration and collaboration.

“Integrations are the key,” Denim CTO and Co-Founder Shawn Vo said, “We are thrilled to partner with Turvo to deliver a seamless integration between our platforms that cuts time spent on importing jobs by 50%. With this integration, freight brokers can spend more time on customer service and new business than duplicative back-office tasks.”

“We’re excited to launch our partnership with Denim and provide our TMS customers with the ability to automate factoring and payment processes within the Turvo Collaboration Cloud platform,” said Scott Lang, Chairman and CEO, Turvo. “The biggest gain for our customers is the experiences they can pass onto their customers and carrier networks.”

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