Denim Simplifies Carrier Document Collection with Automation

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Denim, the logistics industry’s trusted freight payment system, today announces the launch of its One-Click Document Collection workflow. This new feature aims to help freight brokers save time in managing carrier documents, enabling them to direct more focus towards customers and growing their business.

One-Click Document Collection enables freight brokers to send an automated email directly to carriers to facilitate a hassle-free collection of carrier invoices, bills of lading, and proof of delivery. The document collection email is directly linked to a draft job in Denim’s dashboard and is ready for processing upon document upload. 

"We often hear from our clients that collecting documents takes up a lot of their time, keeping them away from tasks that more directly drive revenue," says Bharath Krishnamoorthy, Co-Founder and CEO of Denim. "Our One-Click Document Collection not only streamlines the process for freight brokerages but also simplifies it for carriers by eliminating the requirement to log in or download an app. Our aim is to expedite operations for everyone involved - ensuring quicker payment for carriers and more efficient job submission for brokers."

Denim's document collection process uniquely allows carriers to bypass logging in to their dashboard. Carriers merely have to click the email link on their smartphone or desktop and upload invoices, bill of lading, proof of delivery, and any additional documentation for accessorial fees. This intuitive feature spares carriers the all-too-common 'forgotten password' predicament and aligns with their on-the-move schedules.

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