CASE STUDY

“We’re on track to stop losses of more than half a million dollars as a result of Expedock’s AI Service.”

Lance Beresnoy, VP

Rose Containerline Inc.

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS

US$ 16,000

In discrepancies identified with root cause identification

50% increase

In Operator Accrual Compliance

US$ 2,000

In additional revenue identified due to drayage accrual overestimation.

3-5 days

Cash flow cycle improved by 3 to 5 days with entry & reconciliation automation for invoices without discrepancies.

BACKGROUND

Rose Containerline, Inc. is the global, New York-based NVOCC—handling both export and import cargo. With 30 years of trusted business representation spanning across 50 countries in 5 continents, Rose ships cargo virtually anywhere throughout the world—by sea, air and land. They assist in all aspects of international transportation encompassing import and export, LCL or FCL. They also offer same-day competitive pricing by leveraging their buying power across the entire logistics spectrum—with sea cargo carriers, truck lines and air cargo.
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THE CHALLENGE

Rose Containerline had difficulty extracting thousands of drayage invoices, auditing them if the rates and invoices are valid, and entering them into CargoWise.

Aside from the difficulty in processing invoices at scale, the operators of Rose Containerline would do the following:  

A. Not enter accrual information for the shipment
B. Enter everything as a lump sum instead of breaking down line items
C. Enter the wrong charge code in the accrual stage for line items

the solution

Expedock solved Rose Containerline’s problem through an end-to-end vendor invoice processing solution.

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