CargoSprint Releases SprintPass To Provide More Efficiency to Cargo Industry
05/14/2019 | 09:12am EST
Des Moines, Iowa, May 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CargoSprint, a company dedicated to enhancing freight management and the human experience within the cargo industry, has released the full version of its SprintPass system designed to alleviate airport congestion and streamline the cargo pickup and delivery process.
Based in Peachtree City, Georgia, CargoSprint was founded in 2012 initially as a check delivery service. As the company evolved, CargoSprint released SprintPay, which now allows freight forwarders to pay over 5,000 cargo facilities in a fast and easy way. Furthermore in 2017, the company started to work with its next innovation, SprintPass, a system that connects freight forwarders, trucking companies and cargo facilities during the pickup and drop-off process. SprintPass enables shipment professionals to move cargo faster, schedule pickups and drop-offs as well as gain visibility. From the freight forwarder moving their cargo, the front counter agent managing multiple orders, to the trucker receiving the freight, SprintPass offers a way to easily manage this stage of the cargo process.
For the past 2 years SprintPass has been tested, perfected and now CargoSprint is excited to release the full tool today. The system will allow freight forwarders, trucking companies and cargo facilities to schedule pickups in a more efficient way, reduce waiting times, reduce airport congestion and provide better experiences for the cargo industry.
By digitizing an industry that has historically relied on inefficient paper documentation, SprintPass is saving its customers time and money. In some cases, cargo drivers can be in and out of an airport in 20 minutes compared to an hour, relieving congestion. The system currently operates in some of the busiest airports in the United States including John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, Los Angeles International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
CargoSprint has set out to connect the industry through technology, creating tools that improve on the inefficiencies that have historically slowed down the logistics industry. SprintPass and SprintPay work together to allow all elements of the shipping process to move faster. SprintPass is optimizing how things get done at major airports across the United States, while SprintPay’s flexibility allows payments to be made by credit card, CargoSprint Credit or through the ACH Network via Dwolla.
“Innovation is easy when you have the right partners who share a common vision of doing things differently and enhancing the human experience” says CEO Joshua Wolf. “By working together with cargo facilities and teaming up with partners like Dwolla, SprintPay is making the payment process faster and easier than ever. Likewise, we’re building a community with SprintPass, bringing speed and efficiency to the cargo pick up and drop off process.”
Dwolla, Inc. is a financial technology company that offers businesses an onramp to the Automated Clearing House Network, the electronic funds-transfer system used by U.S. financial institutions that moves $43 trillion annually.
CargoSprint chose Dwolla because of its ability to go live quickly and automate its manual payment tasks. Since automating its payments with the Dwolla integration, CargoSprint has decreased its time spent on payments by over 90%.
Since 2012, CargoSprint has been transforming the cargo industry by working closely together with freight forwarders, cargo facilities, trucking companies, airlines and associations to develop digital solutions for the industry’s fundamental problems as well as enhancing the human experience.
With offices in the US, India and Mexico, CargoSprint is disrupting the industry. For example, the SprintPay platform manages over 600K requests to over 5K facilities and simplifies the payment process. SprintPass is optimizing the pickup and drop-off process and it’s reducing congestion in major US airports. CargoSprint’s software lab is dedicated to innovating and creating solutions to make people’s work better, faster and easier.
Dwolla, Inc. is a financial technology company that is changing the way businesses send and receive funds. The company offers a seamless, white-label API platform to connect to the ACH Network to initiate payments.
Since 2008, when Dwolla began creating the ideal platform to move money, the company has helped move billions of dollars for millions of end-users annually for businesses of all shapes and sizes; in addition, Dwolla has been mentioned in Inc., Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. Businesses that need to efficiently send or receive money and are ready for the future either use Dwolla—or they should. Learn more at http://www.dwolla.com/.