HDA Truck Pride Partners with TreviPay

HDA Truck Pride Partners with TreviPay

HDA Truck Pride and TreviPay announced a partnership in the new FUSE National Account Program.

TreviPay and HDA Truck Pride announced a partnership in the new FUSE National Account Program.

FUSE represents a national fleet program designed to connect small to mid-sized fleets with a network of over 900 HDA Truck Pride parts and service providers across North America. TreviPay will enable service providers in the FUSE program the ability to offer invoicing and commercial payment terms to the fleets they serve, the company said.

“HDA Truck Pride is dedicated to offering cutting-edge resources and initiatives to elevate the commercial vehicle industry,” said Curt Westphal, director of program development–end user at HDA Truck Pride.

“Today’s business buyers are increasingly looking for seamless payment experiences that are convenient, accurate and fast – and this includes heavy-duty trucking fleets,” said Brandon Spear, CEO of TreviPay. “TreviPay’s tailored program for the HDA Truck Pride network will connect service providers and fleets with the streamlined onboarding, invoicing and reporting capabilities, which will add value through the order-to-cash process.”

“Having observed TreviPay’s significant influence within our industry over the years, we are thrilled to collaborate with them to integrate their payment technology and invoicing solutions into our network,” Westphal continued. “The FUSE national accounts program fortifies our network’s competitive edge and market expansion and elevates the convenience and value proposition for our fleet customers. It’s a win-win partnership for all involved.”

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