Aljex incorporates Comdata information

Data from Comdata products, including fuel-card purchases, will now be integrated into Aljex Software user’s account through a new agreement between the companies. The amounts can then be deducted from driver settlements in batches or individually

Data from Comdata products, including fuel-card purchases, will now be integrated into Aljex Software user’s account through a new agreement between the companies. The amounts can then be deducted from driver settlements in batches or individually.

Comdata Mastercard is a fleet card that provides critical operational information for efficient fleet management and is accepted at over 600,000 fuel and maintenance-related merchants in the U.S.

Through the integration, Aljex users will receive all the information necessary to issue money or credit to a driver on the road. Information need only be entered once on an Aljex page to be carried through to Comdata which automatically issues the selected product – Express Check, Express Cash, or Virtual Credit Card – and updates the user’s Comdata account.

“Integration with Comdata is an important step forward for Aljex customers, particularly for asset-based companies,” said Robyn Freeman, vice president of sales for Aljex. “It eliminates multiple data entry of the same information, and that reduces errors while expediting the process of fleet management. We’re very pleased to offer Comdata integration to Aljex customers.”

Aljex automatically notes the name and pro number associated with the transaction and deducts the amount from the proper account. In the case of a carrier it might be deducted from the driver’s settlement. For a broker, it would likely be deducted from the amount due a carrier.

When a driver uses his Comdata card to buy fuel, Comdata automatically forwards the transaction to Aljex where it posts to the user’s account.

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