Updated software package for local fleets

April 18, 2011
An updated software package designed especially for local trucking companies offers management services for every aspect of their business, from rating and pricing to routing, manifesting, real-time vehicle status, accounts receivable and invoicing

An updated software package designed especially for local trucking companies offers management services for every aspect of their business, from rating and pricing to routing, manifesting, real-time vehicle status, accounts receivable and invoicing.

The solution, OneTerminal TMS version 2.0 from JSY Software, also offers an online portal for 24/7 customer access, document-scanning capability, GPS/geofencing for real-time shipment status updates, hazmat status, and route optimization.

“The TMS market has been geared largely for multi-terminal and over-the-road trucking companies,” said Jonathan Miller, director of sales and marketing for JSY. “It’s exciting to see our customers getting such value from OneTerminal TMS. It’s a breath of fresh air for them to have a TMS that is designed from the ground up with the needs of local trucking companies in mind.”

Users of the software can also instantly rate cartage shipments without the need to consult rate books. Rates can be calculated by hundredweight, pallets, cubes, units of volume, miles, truckload, and more.

OneTerminal offers the ability to use pre-set global or customer-specific rates for every service level offered.

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