PayCargo, a provider of electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) and settlement solutions for the shipping industry, has completed its integration with Logisuite, a software solutions provider to the transportation industry.
Logisuite provides logistics and supply chain solutions, including accounting, for organisations in need of cargo management solutions. With this new integration PayCargo will provide Logisuite clients with its payment process services, and will integrate directly into their accounting module to provide payment processing capabilities not currently available within Logisuite’s software solutions.
“This partnership creates an added value to Logisuite clients with the addition of PayCargo’s leading payment capabilities,” said George Reyes, senior vice president (SVP), global sales at PayCargo. “By adding payments into its software, PayCargo gives users on both sides of a transaction insight into billing, so issues are addressed immediately and payments are made efficiently. PayCargo’s innovative financial solution has transformed the invoice and bill payment processes for shipping, and we believe this partnership helps to make the industry more efficient and innovative and brings savings badly needed in this volatile market.”
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