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3 Secret Freight Auditing Strategies to Cut Costs
Episode 103222nd November 2022 • Supply Chain Now • Supply Chain Now
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The average cost to process a freight invoice is $14. Given the level of complexity this documentation often includes, many likely cost much more than that. It also takes approximately 37 days to pay an invoice, a lag that causes considerable challenges – especially given that 60 percent of freight quotes to not match the final invoice.

In this Supply Chain Now livestream, Scott Luton and Greg White were joined by 20-year industry veteran Shannon Vaillancourt of RateLinx to discuss the keys to unlocking hidden freight savings.

He shared how Fortune 500 companies and SMBs can:

- Eliminate rate tolerances

- Negotiate better RFP rates with accurate historical costs

- Establish and calculate lost savings KPI

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