We've made the process of exporting invoices smoother to help save you time and reduce common errors.
Previously when exporting an invoice in Rose Rocket, each line item had to be mapped to a Products & Services type on the Integrations details page before it could be exported to your accounting software. If items were not mapped before exporting, it would result in an error.
Now, when exporting an invoice to your accounting software, Rose Rocket will verify if each of your line items has been mapped, and give you the option to set up your items from the same screen. Say goodbye to painful errors and juggling multiple setup screens. It's a simple as one click.
Here's how it works:
This feature is currently only available for Invoices but will be extended to driver, partner carrier, and commission Bills.
Integrations can be managed by Rose Rocket Admin Users.
We’ve expanded the ETA & Location sharing feature to let you plan pickups and deliveries before shipments are on the road. In addition to setting the ETA & Location for orders In Transit, you can now set this for orders in Booked status.
When the ETA is set for an order, it is saved in the Activity Log and will automatically flow back to your customers using the Customer Portal.
New filter: Find orders without a set ETA
Use the new ‘Without ETA’ filter to find all orders that don’t have an ETA set. From the Orders list, dispatchers can see which pickups and deliveries have been planned, and which can be followed up on.
Check out how it works:
This is available in each Rose Rocket account.
See the data for specific types of manifests like all "🔥Hot" or "🧤White glove" shipments with the ability to filter your reports by tags.
In your report, use the dropdown menu to filter by the manifest tags you wish like this:
Tags can be created and managed on the Orders tab in the Settings module.
This is available for each Rose Rocket account with Advanced Analytics.
When setting up per mile tariffs, you can now store published fuel prices for the previous 10 years, in addition to 10 years into the future.
Here's how it works:
This is available for each Rose Rocket instance with the Tariffs module.
As our clients grow, many are working with carriers and customers who operate in different currencies, or access external rating integrations such as project44 that return carrier quotes in specific currencies. As such, we have now extended our tariff engine to handle currency conversion and markup in your carriers’ and customers’ respective currencies.
Let's illustrate the new functionality an example:
You work with a carrier who operates in USD, and a customer who operates in CAD. You are able to get rates from your carrier via a tariff you have set up in Rose Rocket, or through our integration with project44. You generate quotes for your customer by taking your carrier quotes and marking them up accordingly.
Quotes generated by the carrier would first have to be converted to the customer’s currency, and then a markup is applied on top of the new exchanged value.
Previously, this conversion was not available within our tariff functionality. As such, quotes may be undervalued or overvalued due to exchange rates.
Note: When this is enabled, it will affect all existing tariffs in your system. For example, if you have a USD carrier with a tariff valued in CAD, that would now have to be adjusted back to USD before this feature should be enabled.
You can now set the value of driver pay ranges to $0 for pay per stop, mile, hour, or weight contracts. On the Team page, select a driver and scroll down to the Pay section of their profile.
This improvement lets you set driver pay ranges to fit your agreed upon contract. For example, if a driver is only paid after their first three stops are completed, you can specify this in the pay range.
Here’s what it looks like: