Internet Truckstop adds ‘OnBoarding’ service for brokers

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Updated Sep 5, 2013

Internet Truckstop has a new carrier OnBoarding system that brokers can use to save time and money on monitoring, collecting data and data input.

“This simplifies and refines the process of OnBoarding for transportation as we know it,” said Thayne Boren, vice president of sales. “The whole process that would take faxing, emailing, signing and data entry is done in a few minutes. That means a huge time and money savings for our customers.”

The process can now be done in three simple steps, the company says. First, brokers will be able to set up, brand and maintain their own website, hosted by Internet Truckstop. Next, the website will allow brokers to create a profile to define business thresholds carriers must meet to be qualified. Finally, the process supports multiple profiles, allowing customers to apply specific requirements for different parts of the business.

The new OnBoarding system is designed to find, qualify, set up and manage transportation partners. And brokers will be able to continually monitor carrier CSA scores, insurance information, authority and more, the company says.