TAFS, Inc., Integration with McLeod Software Provides Seamless User Experience
Olathe, KS (February 4, 2021) – TAFS, Inc., a trucking industry leader in freight factoring, has integrated with McLeod Software® to provide a seamless user experience for factoring services.
“This partnership gives TAFS’ clients the ability to significantly reduce their workload and increase efficiency with their factoring experience when they use McLeod Software,” said Rob McCutcheon, Director of Marketing at TAFS, Inc. “We are excited about this partnership with McLeod, one of the most widely used transportation management software solutions in trucking.”
With this integration, McLeod users that work with TAFS can factor their invoices with a few clicks and receive funds for loads within an hour if they choose. This allows clients to save hours of time that was normally spent inputting data and submitting paperwork.
“The trucking industry relies on companies like TAFS, Inc. to provide working capital for a variety of initiatives, all aimed at making trucking companies more competitive and efficient,” said Robert Brothers, Vice President of Product Development at McLeod Software. “We welcome TAFS to our integration partner community.”
About TAFS, Inc: TAFS, Inc. is a premier freight factoring business, helping trucking companies increase cash flow. TAFS specializes in speed of advances, 365-day service availability, and trucking related benefits to help clients grow and succeed. TAFS, is one of the fastest growing factoring companies in the trucking industry, and prides itself on being on the cutting edge in terms of technology and innovation.
About McLeod Software: McLeod Software provides best in class, comprehensive, transportation and logistics ERP solutions. The company’s LoadMaster and PowerBroker products include CRM, dispatch operations, EDI, accounting, billing and settlements, carrier, driver and trip management, business process automation, visual workflow management, and document management systems, all specifically developed for trucking.