Supply Chain Disruptions Exact a Toll

75% of U.S. companies report supply chain disruptions due to the COVID-19 coronavirus according to a recent survey published by the Institute of Supply Management.1

As you scramble to find new suppliers or alternate modes of freight transportation, your supply chain costs are increasing. Also, your accounts-payable team will soon be inundated with unfamiliar parcel and freight bills from around the globe. Already stretched thin, how will your company audit each bill to verify accuracy? Further, does your AP team have the resources to make timely payments?


For global shippers, across all modes of transportation, SSI applies an automated, customized freight audit process. Auditing global freight and parcel bills is our core competency. Our time-proven solutions help many SSI clients recover tens-of-thousands of dollars in audited savings every month.

Our expert team also provides freight payment services. We process freight bills from multiple languages, in the world’s most traded currencies. There is no reason for your AP team to process and pay hundreds of carrier invoices from all over the world. Our streamlined freight-payment service makes quick work of what is a slow, cumbersome headache when managed in-house.

With all the challenges you currently face in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, SSI stands ready to help your organization save valuable time, resources, and money. To learn more, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page.


SSI transforms the complexity of freight audit and freight payment into cash savings and supply chain intelligence, providing actionable insights to maximize your profit potential.

  • Customizable solution scales with your growing and dynamic business needs

  • Automated freight audit drives savings to the bottom line

  • Cutting-edge data visualization facilitates analysis

  • Actionable business intelligence supports supply chain optimization and operational efficiencies

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1 Per Fortune Media article: “75% of companies report coronavirus has disrupted their supply chains”,