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How much is processing your own Bills
of Lading (BOLs) costing you on average?

Did you know that one of the best ways that you can focus on your core competencies, is to hand off ancillary functions to an expert outside of your business?

A reputable outsourcing agency can help you solve real everyday problems. An outsourcer can provide ownership and accountability for those functions, such as billing, for example. It can usually do the job at a lower cost, quicker turnaround, and with higher quality than you can do it for in-house. That’s because outsourcers use quality metrics to ensure the highest levels of accuracy in your work. They also use technology and/or offshore resources to accomplish 3 main objectives- higher accuracy, quicker turnaround times and at a cost savings. You don’t have to do it alone.

If you are in the throes of trying to figure out how to contain costs and improve accuracy, one place to start is by looking at how much you are spending on time and resources to process your own Bills of Lading (BOLs). There can be plenty of savings earned in this task alone.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO FILL OUT THIS BOL
CALCULATOR & DETERMINE HOW MUCH PROCESSING YOUR BOLs IS COSTING YOU.
First Name
Last Name
Email
Company name?
What is your job title?
Where are you headquartered? (Please use City, State.)
How many bills/invoices do you process annually? (Please do not include symbols.)
How many full-time data entry/billing associates do you employ? (Please do not include symbols.)
At your organization, what is the average hourly wage of a full-time billing/data entry associate? (Please do not include symbols.)
What is your average annual turnover rate percentage? (Please do not include symbols.)
If so, what percentage? (Please do not include symbols.)
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