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Real-Time Mobile Load Management

Easily manage your loads with the OnLoad mobile app & admin dashboard
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The OnLoad Journey

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Step 1

Dispatch

Create Load

To create a load, go to “Add Load” and simply enter the corresponding load information, such as the load #, price, and pickup and drop-off sites.

Assign & Prioritize

During the load creation process, company drivers can be assigned to loads to better help admins with asset scheduling and driver compensation.
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Step 2

Load Acceptance

Current Loads

Drivers are able to see the specific load information such as driver pay, documents, and notes left by dispatchers.

Upcoming Loads

Drivers are able to view upcoming loads that have been assigned to them.

Accepting / Rejecting Loads

Once the load has been created, drivers will be notified and have the ability to accept or reject the load and immediately notify the company admin.
Step 3

Details & Submissions

Upload Documents

Admins and drivers are able to upload important shipping documents such as BOLs, PODs, and rate confirmations.

Complete Load

Once the load has been completed, all associated paperwork for each stop will be submitted to the administrator for approval.

Review & Submit

Drivers will be able to review load documentation and add any additional notes before submission.
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Step 04

Admin Approval

Review Submission

Admins receive load submissions from drivers which include BOLs and other documentation that is associated with the load.

Approve / Reject Submission

Admins can approve or reject load submissions and ask for revisions.

Schedule Payment

After the admin has approved the submission, they will be able to schedule invoices or payments.

Upcoming Features

External Access

External users will have the ability to see shipment specifics such as real-time tracking, load status, and BOLS uploaded specifically to pickups and drop-offs in the application by the driver. Certain limited views can be applied per customer.

Route Planning

Administrators are able to utilize our route planning to determine the most profitable routes for their trucks, by detailed analytics like cost-per-mile, income-per-mile, and route comparison.

Real-Time Asset Scheduling

Administrators will be able to track schedules, clock-in/clock-out times, shipment acception/ rejection and equipment (i.e. tractors, trailers, drivers) in one view.

Invoice Management

Administrators will be able to bill customers directly via the TripLog portal, once shipments have been fully completed via the factoring service.

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