TransCore integrates Loadlink system with upgraded dispatch application
TORONTO — TransCore Link Logistics has completed the integration of its Canadian freight matching system with Linkdispatch in the latest release of its dispatching application. TransCore officials say it is the first integration of its kind for Canadian trucking companies.
“This enhancement is a competitive advantage for our customers. There’s no more re-keying information from one system to another,” said Claudia Milicevic, TransCore Link Logistics general manager, noting that the company is, “streamlining the entire freight management process by completing Loadlink postings with one click. This provides one system that does everything from initial quote to eliminating empty backhauls.”
Officials say entries in Linkdispatch can be transferred into the Loadlink freight matching system automatically. Also included is the ability to download customer details from Loadlink into Linkdispatch, which TransCore says eliminates even more manual keying and increasing efficiency and reducing potential errors.
Existing Linkdispatch customers will receive the new feature as part of their regular Linkdispatch program upgrades and can immediately post entries into Loadlink once the new version has been installed. Existing customers also retain their full Loadlink access independent from Linkdispatch, allowing them the flexibility to post within Linkdispatch or directly into the Loadlink freight matching system.
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