International Asset Systems has announced that its DispatchManager drayage management service is now fully integration-enabled to support the intermodal trucking industry.
DispatchManager's new capabilities automate and integrate drayage workflow to trucking companies with in-house systems.

IAS has added trucking company-facing EDI capabilities to its transport work order processing functionality.

IAS DispatchManager is a web portal for trucking companies to accept, reject, amend and invoice work orders from originators of intermodal drayage. DispatchManager enables intermodal companies to manage the entire dispatch process online including automatic electronic documentation, work order generation and assessorial resolution. Trucking companies are also able to submit invoices electronically, reducing errors and eliminating paperwork.

The recent DispatchManager integration eliminates re-keying of work order data into multiple systems, and enables trucking companies to leverage IAS' existing connections to all of their customers in order to process, update and invoice drayage moves.

"Whether trucking companies use the web portal-DispatchManager Dray-or utilize the new integration capabilities-DispatchManager Envoy-they transform the phone- and fax-disparate system-dominated world of work order dispatching into an automated process," said Brian Shultz, IAS vice president of sales.

DispatchManager Dray offers free use of the web site for low volumes. As volumes grow, or based on EDI capabilities, trucking companies can integrate seamlessly with DispatchManager Envoy. IAS provides standardized EDI message sets and a thorough testing process. The IAS client services team helps trucking companies through the set-up process, offering training, file testing and 24/7 support.

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