Logistics platform provider Turvo has unveiled a fully integrated suite of automated payments tools called Turvo Pay, designed to speed up and improve the efficiency of the payments process.
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Logistics platform provider Turvo has unveiled a fully integrated suite of automated payments tools called Turvo Pay, designed to speed up and improve the efficiency of the payments process.

Photo courtesy Turvo

Logistics platform provider Turvo has unveiled a fully integrated suite of automated payments tools called Turvo Pay.

Turvo Pay’s tools are designed help fleets get paid faster and improve the efficiency of the payments process.

With Turvo Pay, users can request and manage digital documentation and invoicing as an extension of the shipment itself, which speeds up collection and reduces errors. Built in payment processing brings together payment methods such as ACH, paper check, Comchek and EFS which can now be managed directly inside Turvo.

Payments can be scheduled by selecting next day or three day ACH options or choosing automated paper check fulfillment. On the back end, audit compliance, reconciliation, remittance emails and accounting system updates can all be automated. Turvo Pay integrates with several accounting systems, including QuickBooks, NetSuite and Xero with the ability to work with other systems based on customer needs.

Turvo Pay offers all necessary tools to manage payments in one place, further extending the platform’s capabilities across the entire shipment lifecycle, from orders to cash. Turvo Pay is available for both new and existing customers.

“Getting our drivers and carriers paid faster with better visibility into the process is essential to building a premium services business like ours,” said Brian Kempisty, founder of Port X Logistics, “With Turvo Pay, we can continue building preferred status with our carrier partners while creating internal efficiency for our team. It’s a welcome addition to the platform that will have immediate benefit and impact for our business.”

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