Cleo’s New TruckMate Accelerator Automates Load-Tender-to-Invoice Business Processes Without Coding

Cleo’s New TruckMate Accelerator Automates Load-Tender-to-Invoice Business Processes Without Coding

Prebuilt EDI integration flows streamline critical revenue-generating operations with greater visibility and faster time-to-market

Cleo, the pioneer and global leader of the Ecosystem Integration software category and provider of the Cleo Integration Cloud (CIC) platform, announced availability of its new TruckMate-to-X12 EDI Accelerator for Logistics & Transportation companies, the latest addition to its rapidly expanding CIC Library of ecosystem integration connectivity solutions.

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“With Cleo’s new TruckMate-to-X12 EDI Accelerator, logistics companies with this TMS as their core business application can take control of their revenue-generating operations by streamlining load tenders, adding predictability to shipments, and optimizing invoicing for improved cash cycle times”

Accelerators are out-of-the-box B2B integrations between a system of record, such as an ERP, TMS or WMS, and an application or trading partner, a retailer, or a customer. Each Accelerator from Cleo comes with prebuilt end-to-end business process logic for deploying mission-critical API and EDI-based supply chain integrations.

With Cleo’s new TruckMate-to-X12 EDI Accelerator, logistics & transportation companies can now achieve up to a 4x faster time to market, improve real-time business process visibility, and gain actionable insights, leading to greater revenue-generation and scaling of customer ecosystems. What’s more, because these solutions come prebuilt, an integration owner can automate EDI transactions by merely configuring these complex load-tender-to-invoice processes; no coding is required.

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“With Cleo’s new TruckMate-to-X12 EDI Accelerator, logistics companies with this TMS as their core business application can take control of their revenue-generating operations by streamlining load tenders, adding predictability to shipments, and optimizing invoicing for improved cash cycle times,” said Vidya Chadaga, VP Products, Cleo. “And because Accelerators bring Cleo’s rich Load Tender-to-Invoice business process knowledge and logistics domain expertise directly into the core engine of the Cleo Integration Cloud (CIC) platform, they are truly revolutionary. There’s no limit to what trucking, 3PL, freight brokerage, and other logistics customers can achieve.”

Built to run on the Cleo Integration Cloud platform, Cleo’s TruckMate-to-X12 EDI Accelerator empowers logistics & transportation companies to eliminate trading partner backlog by introducing reusable and repeatable business process logic that helps digitalize and optimize Load Tender integration flows end-to-end. It also helps drive revenue by ensuring Freight Details, Invoices, and additional high-frequency business documents are correct and get delivered. The Accelerator also protects margins by enabling quick action in response to built-in alerts and notifications. All in all, Accelerators give businesses the control to respond faster to ever changing demand patterns, ultimately driving organizational agility.

Among the prebuilt integration flows that have been embedded into Cleo’s new TruckMate-to-X12 EDI Accelerator are Load Tender Capture (EDI 204), Load Tender Response (EDI 990), Status Update (EDI 214), and Invoicing (EDI 210), along with Functional Acknowledgements (EDI 997) and the ability to extend the Accelerator by adding additional integration flows.

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