LogistaaS's new module manages tariffs, generates instant quotations

LogistaaS's new module manages tariffs, generates instant quotations
Ahmad Abdel-Yaman, LogistaaS co-founder and chief technology officer, LogistaaS
Published: 5 August 2018 - 7:39 a.m.
By: Logistics Middle East Staff

LogistaaS, the cloud software for freight and logistics companies, has released a new module that enables companies to manage their tariffs and allows their users (and customers) to generate instant quotations.

With the new module, companies using LogistaaS’s CRM, or Freight Management solutions, can create their own tariffs or upload those of various shipping lines, airlines, trucking companies, and other vendors.

They can then set selling rates for different customer groups and agents, so that users in charge of pricing can generate quotations based on them.

Authorised customers and agents will also be able to get instant pricing through the online portal, and using the tariffs that the company chooses to share with them.

“The Tariffs module is a very important step towards our goal of giving freight forwarders using LogistaaS the option to go completely online,” said Ahmad Abdel-Yaman, LogistaaS’s co-founder and chief technology officer.

“Technology is a big part of a freight forwarder’s competitiveness, and shippers are increasingly looking for more automation and transparency across the supply chain,” he added. “We are presently integrated with 50+ shipping lines and 90+ airlines, and will continue working to enable a streamlined and intuitive online experience.”

LogistaaS launched its signature freight management system in the beginning of 2016, and today has freight forwarders using its solution in 27 countries.

In 2017, the Customer Relationship Management product was launched for freight and logistics companies that are looking to automate their sales processes without changing their core freight management system.

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