Axle integrates with Tai Transportation Management Software

Axle integrates with Tai Transportation Management Software

Axle, a payments automation and financing platform for freight and logistics, announced a new integration with Tai TMS, a transportation management system for full truckload (FTL) and less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments. This integration allows freight brokers to get paid for their shipments and pay their carriers within 48 hours of delivery without any additional data entry. 

Over the last decade, the freight and logistics industry has seen a proliferation in digital software tools. While these tools have increased efficiency, they have unfortunately created disparate data silos for freight brokers to maintain. Axle’s integrations are designed to reverse this negative trend by synchronizing data between systems to eliminate duplicate data entry, decrease processing times, and automate backoffice work. This allows freight brokers to focus on moving freight. 

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