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Walmart is constantly taking back money from vendor invoices, and for suppliers or distributors, this could equate to thousands of claims a month. In this case study we look at two distributors that leveraged automation to battle Walmart claims.
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Q: Before you had automation to process claims from shippers like FedEx and UPS, what was the day-to-day or triggering event that made you say, “You know, maybe there’s a better way?”
Tony Warfield: You may have heard of a company called Walmart. Obviously the volumes are incredibly high with the number of suppliers they have, and they are incredibly complex. They would email us these freight issues, and we would basically take data from the email, typing into one system, inputting into another system, and typing into another system. We started looking for some sort of simple, automated solution to manage the kind of repetitive nature of claims processing.
Warner Bros. struggled with their retail partners' different portals, from navigation to data and documents required, to the compilation order of the documents necessary for each claim package. The time and monies involved in accomplishing processing retailer claims manually showed that it usually took a very motivated and trained resource between 5 to 8 minutes to organize a claim and 5 to 7 minutes to upload a claim into the portal. That's a total of 1 to 15 minutes per claim.