Implementing a UPS audit will help you ensure that your bills are accurate and that UPS is being held accountable for the services they provide. It will also help illuminate other potential saving opportunities in your transportation operations. With a simple and expedient onboarding process, your UPS audit will be saving you money in no time.
In addition to a go-forward parcel audit, a UPS audit is also able to post-audit up to 6 months back, procuring additional credits from the get-go. This is one of a few differences between a UPS audit and a FedEx audit.
A UPS audit also differs from a FedEx audit in the way that credits are posted. Tehcnically, a UPS audit is a post-audit, in that audited credits appear on future invoices. A FedEx audit, on the other hand, is a pre-audit – so audited credits appear on their respective invoices.
Whatever your carrier mix and allocation may be, employing a third party parcel auditor to handle your UPS audit is one of the best decisions you can make. It will not only save you money, but it will uncover long-term potential saving opportunities that can drastically impact your overall transportation operations.