Contest at QBConnect

Intuit announced Share a Refund as the winner of the Small Business App Showdown developer contest at the third annual QuickBooks Connect user conference. The $100k grand prize sponsored by Intuit was presented to Share a Refund owner / founder Nick Hoffman, on stage in front of more than 6,000 attendees.More than 100 businesses competed over the course of several …

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Share a Refund wins $100k contest at QBConnect

QuickBooks Connect 2016 – San Jose, CA – Photo above by Intuit Picture shows (from left to right) Scott Cook – Founder and Chairman of the Executive Committee, Intuit Inc., Nick Hoffman – Owner / Founder of Share a Refund and Vinay Pai – Vice President, Intuit Developer Platform – Photo by Share a Refund.

Amazon air threat to UPS and FedEx

Is Amazon Air a threat to UPS and FedEx?

Amazon announced in December it will add ten new cargo planes to its fleet over the next two years. Since 2016, the e-commerce juggernaut has rapidly built a 40-aircraft fleet and this additional growth will bring its fleet to a total of 50 planes. Will Amazon compete as a third-party air cargo provider or are those predictions invalid? Morgan Stanley …

short pay reduces the amount paid to the carrier by the amount that’s assumed to be billed incorrectly.

Should I short pay my carrier invoice?

If you are a shipper, most likely you make your best guess at accounting for credits before you short pay your carrier. A short pay is a partial payment of an invoice which can happen for a variety of reasons like disputes, late deliveries, and overcharges. A shipper reduces the amount paid to the carrier by the amount that’s assumed …

The Share a Refund API is free to use and gives you access to each cost component billed to a shipment, including debits and credits

Why your next integration should be a final shipping cost API

Share a Refund shipping API maximizes your ERP, WMS, and other systems by offering the custom integrations you need to align transportation costs, boost efficiency and leverage accurate data to make time-sensitive decisions. The problem with processing shipping data manually Component charges are billed on different invoices for the same shipment all the time. This makes accurate cost allocation difficult …

General ledger coding for freight invoices and logistics

Simplify your GL coding process with Share a Refund

General Ledger Coding exists to create a fluid and precise accounting process. However, many businesses find the administrative strain and complexity that comes with it to be a huge headache, especially in supply chain operations. Shipments tendered incorrectly, with the incorrect reference fields and on the wrong account, represent 2 to 20% of all shipments. When this happens, the invoice …

This article will outline the freight claims process, types of claims, transportation laws, and benefits for outsourcing the claim filing process for your LTL and Truckload freight.

Everything you need to know about freight claims management

If you are in the logistics or transportation space, you will benefit from knowing the basics of freight claims. This article will outline the freight claims process, types of claims, transportation laws, and benefits for outsourcing the claim filing process for your freight to a trusted auditor. Freight claims management process A freight claim is a legal document filed by …

linked user feature multiple users

Introducing Linked Users by Share a Refund

Share a Refund is introducing Linked Users as a new feature designed to increase transparency and execute business processes at an accelerated rate. Other transportation auditing systems either lack a multiple user feature or charge an additional user license. Share a Refund wants to keep your team all on the same page at no extra cost to you. Collaboration has …

USPS increases stamp and rates for 2019

USPS record-breaking rate increases are coming

When you hear the phrase “rate increases” you normally think of FedEx, UPS or DHL. However, the United States Postal Service (USPS) proposed record-breaking rate increases earlier this year to begin January 27, 2019. The Postal Regulatory Commission, the institution that regulates USPS, reviewed the proposed terms and gave its stamp of approval. If you are a shipper using USPS …