We've made the process of exporting invoices and bills smoother to help save you time.
Now, If you're exporting an invoice or bill to your accounting software where your customer doesn't have an External ID mapped in Rose Rocket, you can map them to an existing customer in QuickBooks or Xero or create an ID for them from the same screen.
This is available on invoices as well as driver, partner carrier, and commission bills.
Here's how it works:
Integrations can be managed by Rose Rocket Admin Users.
Connect with KeepTruckin ELD to enable real-time track and trace for your shipments. We use KeepTruckin’s GPS data to map driver and truck location on Rose Rocket’s order and manifest details, so you never lose track of your freight.
This integration is available for free for all Rose Rocket instances. To use this integration, an existing subscription with KeepTruckin is required.
Admin Users can set up KeepTruckin through the Integrations page. Select the KeepTruckin tile and click Enable App.
Setting up your Equipment
In order to start tracking vehicles in Rose Rocket, you need to link your KeepTruckin equipment to Rose Rocket. Here’s how to do it:
Once your vehicles are set up, you can start tracking them on Rose Rocket. The last known location is updated as often as every 30 seconds and shown on the Equipment profile, Manifest, Order, and Control Center.
To view the LKL of a truck, hover over the icon on the map to see the address and the time seen at that location.
KeepTruckin’s last known location data can be made available to your customers directly through the Customer Portal. Here's how to turn it on and off for a customer:
Driver Hours of Service (HOS)
Along with track and trace, this integration maps Hours of Service data from KeepTruckin to Order and Manifest details in Rose Rocket. Here's how to set up your drivers and track HOS from Rose Rocket.
Integrations can be enabled by Rose Rocket Admin Users. KeepTruckin is available in each Rose Rocket instance for free with an existing KeepTruckin ELD.
Want to learn more about how Rose Rocket and KeepTruckin work together? Visit here.Read More
Rose Rocket is now integrated with carrier compliance and monitoring platform Registry Monitoring Insurance Services (RMIS).
This integration maps RMIS’ compliance data to each of your carrier profiles in Rose Rocket to ensure quality carrier selection when dispatching orders.
Benefits of this integration:
Connect Rose Rocket and RMIS for free with an existing subscription. This integration supports RMIS’s Monitoring Only and CRS+ subscription tiers using your RMIS API key. We strongly recommend the RMIS CRS+ subscription tier to make the most out of this integration.
Admin users can enable the RMIS integration on the Integrations page by selecting the RMIS tile. From here, simply add the following RMIS API credentials: domain, client ID, and password. If you do not know your API credentials please contact your RMIS account manager.
Once enabled, it’s time to start syncing your partner carrier data.
Admin users can create and update carriers in Rose Rocket simply by adding the DOT ID or MC ID numbers. When a valid ID is added, the carrier compliance information and business address are pulled from RMIS and added to the carrier profile in Rose Rocket.
Carriers can be added manually or in bulk as usual. To upload profiles in bulk, download your list of carriers from RMIS and upload them using the carriers CSV template. For bulk imports of more than 100 carrier profiles, please contact your RMIS representative a day in advance to increase your API threshold.
On the Carriers page, go to the carrier profile and open the Compliance tab. Here, you can see the compliance data pulled directly from RMIS and upload files that can be downloaded later in time.
Coverage types are stored in the Compliance tab of a carrier profile and broken down by the following insurance types:
If a carrier has more than one coverage for the same insurance type, Rose Rocket will pull the coverage with the latest expiration date from RMIS.
When searching for partner carriers to work with, you need clear insight into the qualifications that matter to your business. Now, you can easily assess carriers and determine which are acceptable to move your freight as you dispatch orders.
When searching for a carrier in Rose Rocket, you will now see compliance risk indicators in a simple red or green assessment. Carrier profiles without compliance information will be indicated in grey.
With RMIS data mapped to each of your carrier profiles, you can assess partners at-a-glance before assigning them to move your freight.
Carrier compliance details can also be found on the Manifest a partner carrier is assigned to.
In the Resources card, when View Details is selected inside the Manifest details, you are directed to the RMIS website where the full carrier compliance details can be found.
Rose Rocket stores extended carrier details directly in each carrier profile, so your team can keep track of important compliance information from a single place.
To view additional information related to your partner carrier’s RMIS profile, go to the Carriers page, select your carrier profile and open the Information tab.
If you are using the monitoring only subscription, you will see:
If you are using a CRS+ subscription, you will see:
You will automatically be notified when a partner carrier’s insurance information is about to expire. This ensures coverage is always up-to-date with regulatory filings done with FMCSA or DOT.
If a manifest is assigned to a carrier with an upcoming insurance expiry, you will be notified with a warning message indicating the expiration details.
We are giving you back the time spent on manually updating compliance information and documents by automatically syncing changes made to a carrier on RMIS.
At approximately midnight ET each day, Rose Rocket will update all carriers in your organization with the most recent RMIS details, ensuring you are always referencing the most up-to-date information when choosing a partner carrier.
In addition to releasing a new integration with DAT, you can now enable single-leg orders to be posted automatically from Rose Rocket to the load board.
There are three steps involved in auto-posting to DAT:
Go to the Integrations page and open the DAT details card. Turn the ‘Auto-Post to Load Board’ toggle to ON and Save.
Once the Auto-Post toggle is enabled, an ‘Auto-Post Equipment Mapping’ section will appear. This is where Rose Rocket equipment accessorials are mapped to equipment types in DAT.
To help you get started, we’ve included five default Rose Rocket accessorials (Flatbed, Power Only, Reefer, Stepdeck, and Van) and mapped them to equipment types defined in DAT.
If you want to add accessorials outside of the default options, you can do so by updating them as Required Equipment on the Accessorials page.
How to do it:
In the Settings page, scroll down to Global Accessorials and select the ‘View Accessorials’ button. On the Accessorials page, you’ll see a new Equipment column where you can update accessorials as required equipment. Use the pen icon to toggle the ‘Is required equipment?’ to ON and save.
Here’s how you would update an accessorial:
Once you’ve updated or added all of the accessorials you want to map to the load board, assign them to your designated customer profiles from the Asseccorials tab on the Customers page.
Once they're saved, go back to the DAT card on the Integrations page. Select ‘+Add Equipment Mapping’ and choose your Rose Rocket accessorial from the dropdown menu. Match it with a DAT equipment type and ‘Update Settings’ to save.
Mappings can be added, edited, or removed at any time. Now, when an order is created with one of the mapped accessorials, it will be posted using the corresponding DAT equipment type.
Create an order. In the order details, you will now see an ‘Auto-post to DAT’ checkbox. Fill in your order details and assign one of the mapped accessorials to the order. This is required for orders to be automatically posted to DAT. If you don't want your order auto-posed, uncheck the 'Auto-post to DAT' box before continuing.
When an order makes it to BOOKED status, it with automatically be posted to DAT. A confirmation message will appear in the order activity log for reference. If an order cannot be auto-posted, you will also see a note describing why it could not be posted.
Want to learn more about how DAT load board works with Rose Rocket and how to set up the integration? Read this article.
Export consolidated driver and carrier bills to QuickBooks Online with a single click.
From the Invoices & Bills module, go to the Drivers or Partner Carriers page and select your consolidated bills for export.
In QuickBooks Online, you will see that each bill in your Rose Rocket consolidated bill is exported as a single item.
Each of your exported bills will have the consolidated bill ID appended in front of the bill number in QuickBooks Online. For example, this bill will be 'CB-4 MYORGM0041' as shown below.
Want to integrate your QuickBooks Online account with Rose Rocket but not sure how? Follow these instructions or reach out to your Account Manager to get started today.
Rose Rocket is now integrated with DAT load board, giving you the ability to post loads and find carriers without leaving the TMS. This integration allows for these major benefits:
This integration maps point-to-point order information from Rose Rocket to post loads on DAT. View & manage all orders that have been posted to a load board from within the orders and planning pages.
Setting it up with an existing DAT account
This integration is available for all DAT load board tiers and requires one API license on your account to set up. Before you configure this on Rose Rocket, you'll need to verify your account with DAT by doing the following:
Email [email protected] or call (800) 547-5417 Ext. 6109 or 6035 with:
· Your company name
· Your main company contact name & phone number
· Any unique identifier of your company (MC #, address, etc)
· Specify you are looking to enable the load board integration
Your DAT account manager will be notified and contact you directly to enable the integration. If you are interested in purchasing a DAT subscription, email [email protected] so to learn more.
Setting it up on Rose Rocket
Admin users can set up DAT from the Integrations page on Rose Rocket. In the DAT integration card, fill in the following information:
For additional support setting your DAT integration up, please reach out to your Account Manager.
Posting a load
Post to DAT load board directly from an order in Rose Rocket. Orders must be point-to-point and include the origin & destination address, start & end time of the pickup range, and commodity details.
In the leg details of your order, choose “Create New Manifest” or “Assign Carrier/Driver” and complete the following steps.
Once your post is published to DAT, it will be recorded in the order activity panel.
The order will remain as Booked and the associated manifest will update to Partner Search status. In Partner Search status, no new stops or legs can be added to the manifest.
Loads published on DAT can be edited within the Order and Manifest details.
Once a load has been published to DAT, the only order details that can be edited are the dimensions and weight for each commodity.
Update the commodity details and save the order. The DAT post will be updated with the new dimensions unless previously overridden in the post parameters.
DAT does not support updating origin address, destination address, or pick up time window after a load has been posted. You will have to cancel the load board posting on Rose Rocket and post it to the load board again. We'll go over how to do this in the next section.
When saved, the details will be updated in DAT and recorded in the Order activity log.
When you have found a carrier for your load or want to remove a post from the load board, you have two options for taking a post off of DAT from the manifest.
Enable the connection between Rose Rocket and your DAT account at no extra cost by reaching out to your Account Manager.