Averitt expands paperless invoicing options for customers

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (March 19, 2013) – To help its customers improve cash flow and tighten efficiencies, Averitt Express has rolled out expanded electronic billing options. Now Averitt’s customers can receive invoices via email directly to their inbox.

Averitt’s “Paperless Invoicing” tools save its shippers time and money. By receiving electronic invoices by email and viewing open invoices online, shippers can bill their customers more quickly, as well as have total control over managing all of their invoices online.

“The input we get from our customers is invaluable as we continue to find ways to improve our service and provide them with value-added benefits,” said Phil Pierce, Averitt’s executive vice president of sales. “Having invoices sent directly to their email inbox was something many of our customers expressed an interest in. Anticipating and responding to our customers’ needs helps us get better at being a full-service provider for them.”

In addition to receiving invoices via email, Averitt customers can also view current invoices online as they are updated in real time; search for invoices by pickup date, PRO number, bill of lading number, purchase order number or invoice date; and access or email associated shipping documents like delivery receipts, bills of lading, load confirmation and expedited contracts.

To learn more about Averitt’s Paperless Invoicing options or other services, visit www.AverittExpress.com.

About Averitt Express
Now in its 42nd year of service, Averitt Express is a leading provider of freight transportation and supply chain management with international reach to more than 100 countries. The company’s service offerings include cross border/domestic offshore, dedicated, expedited, intermodal, international ocean/air, local customization, less-than-truckload, PortSide®, transportation management, truckload (dry van, flatbed, brokerage) and warehousing. Averitt’s technology offerings include a full suite of web-based shipping tools, electronic data interchange (EDI), and transportation and operations management systems.