RoadSync provides a digital financial platform that automates the routine business expenses faced by truck drivers and their employers, delivering payments, oversight, and convenience for payers and their vendors. The system offers payment products for the entire supply chain – warehouses, trucks/carriers, repair/tow merchants, and brokers – integrating and automating the financial systems used in the logistics industry.
PYMNTS has reported several recent innovations in fleet payments which serve as examples of the general trends toward digitization and automation in the field.
Today in B2B payments, Unilever sees a rise in B2B eCommerce, and a PYMNTS and Corcentric report shows speedy digitization in finance and healthcare.
For truckers, every load is a business trip. Robin Gregg, CEO at RoadSync, explains how direct payment solutions benefit carriers, brokers and merchants.
2022 has been a bit of a rockier time for the fintech sector, prompted by the general VC slowdown and subsectors like BNPL (buy-now-pay-later) dealing …
Today in B2B payments, Hyosung America launched four new retail cash management products, Tradeling has teamed up with Amazon Payment Services and more.
RoadSync has launched a direct payment solution, which the company said streamlines transactions between brokers or carriers and warehouse merchants.
RoadSync CEO Robin Gregg says faster, easier payments are a way for employers to boost both efficiency and driver satisfaction.
Logistics FinTech RoadSync has launched RoadSync Advance, a broker and carrier payment management platform.
Comdata has partnered with digital logistics FinTech provider RoadSync to enhance mobile payments for warehouses, distribution centers and similar places.