Bye-bye Order-to-Cash delays

Transport operators – there is no longer any excuse for late submission of invoices!


With a modern, SaaS-based* transport management system (TMS), operators can provide their customers with a POD in real-time, while simultaneously submitting the concomitant invoice (depending on customer agreements, of course).

And when the going gets tough?

Naturally, in all operations, especially complex ones, difficulties arise when unforeseen incidents occur in the supply chain. However, today’s TMS can ensure that any such incidents are minimised as much as possible – with minor manual intervention – so that any delivery (and invoicing) delays are negligible.

In short, any TMS worth its salt should include both discrepancy management and invoice submission within the shortest possible time frame.

If you would like to understand how a TMS can be a complete logistics and transport management cloud platform that delivers real-time functionality across the supply chain, including minimising your Order-to-Cash cycle, please contact Bashir Khan here. He can even give you a free demo of exactly how it can improve and streamline your current transport operations.


*SaaS is the acronym for ‘Software as a Service’. SaaS is a software licensing and delivery model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. A SaaS-based TMS has many benefits for supply chain management: Harnessing the power of SaaS*, our own award-winning CarrierNet delivers a complete, single platform transport ecosystem, part or all of which our customers can access anywhere, any time, via the internet.

​ CarrierNet will integrate seamlessly with your current systems and handle all your transport management requirements. Among its many benefits are: • Lower cost of entry - no capital expenditure is required for hardware or software • Reduced time to benefit - implementation and training are simpler • Pay as you go - pricing reflects the unpredictable nature of business • Scalable - growth is only limited by the staff available to use the service • Work anywhere - there is no limit to global rollout with today’s access to the Internet • Easy automatic upgrades - periodic or annual upgrades become a thing of the past