The Dunstable-based delivery firm struggled with documentation and authentication requirements, particularly relating to DVLA, and were looking to cut down on their admin relating to their subcontractors whilst improving efficiency.
Wise’s platform has helped over 50,000 self-employed individuals across the UK manage their job application process, onboarding and even invoicing.
Harnessing our expert knowledge in the self-employed industry, we were able to reduce some of the subcontractor-focused issues Corrda was facing. The delivery firm was able to migrate over easily to the Wise platform, ensuring a smooth and unproblematic transition to their new system.
Corrda Logistics was able to save time, money and stress by implementing Wise’s revolutionary self-employment technology which offered them a complete overview of their subcontractor network. As well as this, the delivery firm was now able to get complete peace of mind in terms of compliance with customised driver audit packs readily available at their convenience. As the delivery firm continues to go from strength to strength, taking the fear out of compliance, improving its onboarding process and subcontractor communications means that they have an operating advantage moving forwards.
The Bedfordshire-based firm has drastically reduced its admin time and improved its onboarding process for new subcontractors, with the delivery firm now working with 60 self-employed delivery drivers.