We’re starting to see some #IFTA tweets on Twitter and some Facebook comments – not many yet, but a few. Since we’re gearing up for our IFTA, we guess we’re just noticing it more. There’s a bookkeeping service out there that charges per truck per month – more than our highest subscription rate and it doesn’t even do the billing. It looks like there are some new products out there just for IFTA and we wonder… why?
Why would anyone buy a separate IFTA software program?
Things to look for in any good IFTA software reporting program
- Uses PC*Miler to compute distances.
- Don’t have to reenter the data.
- Automatically calculates for every jurisdiction.
- Prepares a clean, easy to read report.
- Saves the data in case of an audit.
Of course, TruckingOffice makes it easy for you as a owner-operator or as a fleet manager by doing all these things without you doing anything extra. Our One Minute Per Dispatch entry form takes those numbers and manages the calculations quickly and accurately. And you don’t have to buy anything extra to use our reporting system.
In fact, TruckingOffice is making it so easy that it’s now our new slogan around the office: TruckingOffice makes it easy. You’ll be seeing that a lot in the near future on our website, Facebook page and Twitter feed. We want people to know how easy our software can make running the business so you can run the roads.
TruckingOffice makes it easy to
- record your dispatches (and all those miles at the same time!)
- pay your driver settlements.
- invoice your customers.
- track late payments.
- maintain maintenance records and scheduling.
- compute your IFTA.
- prepare your IRP.
- evaluate your loads to see what’s making money and what’s not.
- check your monthly cash flow to see where you’re spending.
Is that stand alone IFTA software program going to do all that for you? No, I didn’t think so either.
TruckingOffice makes it easy. You could tweet that right now if you want: #TOMIE.
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