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BRENTWOOD, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Comdata, a FLEETCOR company and world leader in payment innovation, announced today that it has partnered with RoadSync, a digital fintech provider for the logistics industry, to offer its Fleet Payment Solutions and Fleet Cards to RoadSync Checkout. The agreement offers RoadSync’s network of warehouses, distribution centers, lumpers, and heavy truck repair and maintenance shops full access to Comdata’s mobile payments suite for a fast, secure, and more convenient way to pay and manage expenses and increase profitability.
As the supply chain crisis creates shipping and payments delays for logistics companies worldwide, Comdata Fleet Cards and Comcheks will be used with RoadSync Checkout to instantly and securely pay the routine business expenses faced by truckers and carriers. With capabilities to transfer funds directly and process payments remotely, Comdata customers will enjoy expedited transactions and greater visibility into account activity, saving customers fifteen or more minutes per transaction.* Additionally, RoadSync merchants can now offer drivers even more convenient ways to pay for services such as maintenance and roadside assistance as well as provide digital receipt capture, giving drivers, carriers and brokers the information needed to complete their loads and optimize profit margins.
“The industry’s extensive use of manual payment processes has been a long-standing roadblock to operational efficiency,” commented Comdata’s President, Eric Dowdell. “Now, with so many shortages and delays, creating operational efficiencies with digital solutions is even more critical to the longevity and success of the logistics sector. This partnership will enable fleet service providers to close the gaps caused by external supply chain bottlenecks to save time and improve their bottom line.”
RoadSync Checkout is now the only authorized mobile payments platform to digitally accept the full suite of Comdata Fleet Payments solutions, ensuring faster and simpler on-demand payments for merchants and drivers alike.