Integrated Logistics allocates your small package transportation freight bill to General Ledger accounting codes. This process is automated by our innovative technology, SHIP-LINK™. Integrated Logistics’ allocations can be sorted in any way per client’s request.
- Piece by Piece
- Raw Unit Shipped
- Equitable Allocation
- Other Specific Allocation Strategies
Throughout a shipment process, multiple charges occur: at time of shipping, during shipping, and after delivery. Integrated Logistics’ SHIP-LINK™ allows us to consolidate and accumulate total cost, so that the true cost of an order is distributed to our clients. This process allows our clients to identify the true margin (profit or loss).
SKU (Stock-Keeping Unit) Level Cost Assignment
SHIP-LINK™ breaks down the total cost data so that our users can allocate transportation cost down to SKU level. This practice allows users to determine if it is profitable to ship at the SKU level.
An organization has six or seven items in a shipment package. The carrier bills the organization the total cost amount. Inside the package, each item may have a different margin for transportation. Integrated Logistics will break down the cost of transportation for each individual item (SKU).
Large users of small package shipping generally possess multiple account numbers, requiring management of numerous invoices. SHIP-LINK™ automates the ability to manage: Receipts, Cost Reconciliation or GL Coding, and Closing of Invoices. Upon completion of auditing, the organization can then authorize payment.
Integrated Logistics verifies and confirms that all accounts on the customer’s invoice belong to that organization.
Credits and rebates issued due to incorrect billing and/or mis-allocations are managed by Integrated Logistics. This frees the customer from the task of monitoring statements for applicable refunds.