Cforia Software Attends Transportation Revenue Management Spring Conference
Cforia Software’s comprehensive software suite for Transportation and Logistics providers maximizes Accounts Receivable Performance.
Cforia Software, Inc., a world leading provider of Order to Cash (OTC) and Accounts Receivable (AR) Integration and Collaboration Automation Software, will attending the Transportation Revenue Management Group’s Spring Conference in Williamsburg, VA. “Cforia’s Transportation and Logistics clients deliver services throughout North America, Asia, Europe, South America, Africa and Australia providing freight and logistics management, truck brokerage, intermodal and international services,” said Chris Caparon, COO, Cforia Software. “Cforia transportation clients support all aspects of Truckload, Dedicated, Expedited, Medium-to-Long Haul, Regional and Local Van, Temperature Controlled and Global Intermodal as well as full Transportation and Logistics Services.”
Cforia Software has been a Platinum Partner of the National Association of Credit Management (NACM) Transportation and Revenue Management Group (TRMG) since 2013. NACM, headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, supports more than 15,000 business credit and financial professionals worldwide with premier industry services, tools and information.
Cforia is a global enterprise software provider, delivering industry leading working capital and accounts receivable (AR) automation software. Over 200 enterprises are managing $240 billion in open A/R portfolios with Cforia today. Our 14 years of success have been driven by superior technology integrated with proprietary real-time data integration tools across complex and disparate ERP systems. We help you achieve a single view into your client interactions and we are experts in legacy hardware and software environments.
“Cforia is proud to support NACM’s Transportation Revenue Management Group (TRMG) as we strive to better serve our clients in the Transportation and Logistics markets globally,” continued Chris Caparon. “TRMG does a superb job of providing networking and education events like the Transportation Revenue Management 2015 Spring Conference – Defending Your Right to Profitability. Cforia is proud to participate and to contour support for these industries.”
Cforia provides tools for improving order to cash (OTC) using specialized credit and collections tools:
- Global Visibility across Multiple ERP’s, Languages & Currencies
- Finance Data Aggregation & Integration via Cforia Data ConnectorsSM
- Parent/Child Receivables Roll-Up & Credit Risk Mitigation Globally
- Cforia Credit, Collections and Dispute Management WorkbenchSM
- Cforia Clean vs. Dirty Receivables Segmentation & Prioritization
- Cash Application Processing of BAI, BAI2, MT940, EDI 820, Excel & CSV Data
- Order to Cash Process Improvement, Workflow, Escalation & SLA’s
- Finance Analytics, Reporting & Executive Dashboards
Cforia’s comprehensive software suite for Transportation and Logistics providers maximizes Accounts Receivable performance and accelerates cash through a full software suite which includes OCR Auto Cash Application, Credit Provisioning/Decisioning/Risk Analytics, Collections Prioritization, Deductions/Dispute Management Workbench, Electronic Billing and Online Payments and A/R Collaboration and Client Portals. Cforia’s A/R Automation empowers Finance Departments to independently manage their own electronic dunning correspondence, reports and credit and collections business logic, without relying on your overburdened IT staff, vendor intervention or costly external consulting resources.
About the Transportation Revenue Management Group www.nacmgs.org/transportation-revenue-management.html
The Transportation Revenue Management Group is an industry specific credit group sponsored by NACM Gulf States. Its membership community consist of those credit and collection professionals in the freight and transportation services industry. The group holds two conferences annually where members network, hear from experts and service providers, and ask questions to help gain new perspectives on developing custom solutions for their respective companies.
About the National Association of Credit Management www.nacm.org
NACM was founded in 1896 to promote good laws for sound credit, protect businesses against fraudulent debtors, improve the interchange of credit information, develop better credit practices and methods, and establish a code of ethics. Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, NACM supports more than 15,000 business credit and financial professionals worldwide with premier industry services, tools and information. NACM and its network of affiliated associations are the leading resource for credit and financial management information, education, industry trade groups and other premier products and services designed to improve the management of business credit and accounts receivable.
About Cforia Software www.cforia.com
Cforia (www.cforia.com) is a global enterprise software provider, delivering industry leading working capital and accounts receivable (AR) automation software. Over 200 enterprises are managing $240 billion in run-rate A/R portfolios with Cforia today. Its fourteen years of success have been driven by superior technology integrated with proprietary real-time data integration tools across complex and disparate ERP systems. Cforia Collections Snapshot(SM), Credit Risk Analytics, Order Management, Clean vs. Dirty Receivables Tracking, multi-languages/currency, global Parent/Child risk roll-up and multi-business unit solutions are available in Hosted on On-Site delivery. The comprehensive Cforia software suite maximizes AR performance through a full software suite which includes OCR Auto Cash Application, Credit, Collections and Deductions Management Workbench, Electronic Billing and Online Payments and AR Collaboration Portal. Cforia’s AR Automation empowers Finance Departments to independently manage their own electronic dunning correspondence, reports and credit and collections business logic, without relying on overburdened IT staff and external.