Verestent Exchange (X)

This version is for the smaller transportation company who is looking for a superb Transportation Management System (TMS) with little up-front and ongoing cost. It comes with a basic Customer management system (CRM), Fleet management system, Order Entry, Dispatch and Cross-Carrier Integration (CCI). It also comes with a built in “load and truck sharing” system allowing you to “post” and “search” for available equipment and available loads amongst the other subscribers of Verestent TMS.

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Verestent Integrated Dispatch (ID)

This version is for the smaller transportation company who is looking for a superb Transportation Management System (TMS) with little up-front and ongoing cost. It comes with a basic Customer management system (CRM), Fleet management system, Order Entry, Dispatch and Cross-Carrier Integration (CCI). It also comes with a built in “load and truck sharing” system allowing you to “post” and “search” for available equipment and available loads amongst the other subscribers of Verestent TMS.

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Verestent Enterprise Edition (EE)

This will have all the features of Integrated Dispatch (ID) version, however it includes rating, billing, invoicing, driver pay, driver deductions, carrier pay, integration to accounting software packages, EDI interfaces, and various other value added tools and interfaces to run your entire operation.

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Verestent Integrated TMS (IT)

This will allow a company to use their existing TMS, yet integrate into Verestent TMS to realize the benefits of the Load Board, Truck Searches and the Cross Carrier integration (CCI).

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Verestent Personal Network (PN)

This is where an organization may want to develop their own integrated network of carriers. For example, a large transportation company may want to set up their own network of preferred carriers. They would identify the criteria for belonging to the network and the members within that network would be able to trade exclusively amongst themselves (if they so desired). Verestent TMS would administer granting access to the technology, but the large transportation company would administer whether the company met the requirements of membership in their personal network.

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