Driver Payroll & Settlements

Paying drivers quickly and correctly is the best way to keep them happy and reduce expensive turnover. Avoid payroll hassles and inefficient processes that slow down payments. Same day access to delivery documents speeds driver payroll processing and eliminates delays due to bad weather, holidays and lost paperwork.

TRANSFLO Workflow automates the process of getting the driver trip documents to the appropriate person for processing an expedited payment. Workflow can be used to dynamically route and decide how to best use the TMS systems data to determine how and when to process the drivers pay. Automated tasks can determine if documents are missing or additional information is needed and systematically hold the paperwork until the trip is ready to be reconciled.

Once all needed information is processed TRANSFLO Rendition Print will automatically generate the settlement sheet, deliver electronically to the driver, and save a copy in the repository. Rendition Print can also physically print any settlement checks for drivers not using automatic deposit.

Key Benefits 

  • No spikes on payroll cutoff day
  • Eliminate the 30-hour payroll day
  • No disputes on what documents were sent and received
  • Quick processing of driver settlements

ELD bundled to save you money, financing available with no up-front hardware costsQuick Compliance
Affordable pricing with available inventory. Get a FMCSA-certified Transflo T-series device with no up front hardware costs and a lifetime upgrades/warranty on logging device equipment. (An activation fee may apply depending on fleet size)

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