Multi Service Fuel Card announces integration with Ditat

Multi Service Fuel Card announces integration with Ditat

Multi Service Fuel Card recently announced an integration with Ditat, a transportation management systems (TMS) platform. The Ditat integration provides Multi Service Fuel Card customers a more streamlined workflow. 

With this integration, Multi Service Fuel Card customers using the Ditat TMS can now manage their fuel directly within Ditat’s TMS system.  Carriers’ transaction data can be uploaded automatically into the Ditat TMS removing the need to key the data manually, making the processing of driver settlements much more efficient.  In effect, this allows users to combine their transportation management activities seamlessly, accurately, and securely, saving them time and improving efficiencies. In addition to Ditat, Multi Service Fuel Card now offers its customers over 36 TMS software solutions that fleet owners depend on to manage their fleets. 

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