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In addition, continuous tracking of driver behavior, vehicle tracking, real-time visibility, driver management, and others has resulted in significant market growth.
"Peter has a long history within logistics and the human resources area, complementing driver management, communications, and personnel recruiting as components to his Fleet Manager role" said Richard Norton, vice president of operations for GSC.
Also included in this VRS solution is load balancing or driver management functionalities.
As road transport of petroleum products is a key vertical for the company, Tristar follows international best practices in vehicle and driver management. The company monitors fuel consumption closely on its trucks when they're running or idling with the help of advanced telematics.
Naperville, IL, October 26, 2018 --(PR.com)-- For parents who entrust the supervision of small ghosts and goblins to an older sibling - including driving duties to parties, trunks or treats and Halloween walks, Family1st teen driver management system announced its Halloween Safe To Drive program, to help parents ensure that all family vehicle inhabitants are safe this season.
Today we are launching our driver management feature as our first step to enable our restaurant operator clients to self-deliver and preserve their brand, customer experience, customer data and the 30 percent in fees they give to traditional third-party platforms." The new driver management layer for operators in the ShiftPixy ecosystem will now allow ShiftPixy clients to use their own team members to self-deliver a brand intended customer experience.
Innovations in digitized trucking are steadily improving safety, efficiency, fleet and driver management, and customer service.
The functions in TECSYS's solution spans delivery tracking, dock management, dispatching, driver management, and home delivery functions such as scheduling of "white glove" services like unpacking and set up of equipment.
Saldanha, Hunt, and Mello (2013) was the first research to empirically validate the Mello and Hunt (2009) theoretical framework for driver management by providing a theoretical rationale for how combinations of formal and informal controls influence motor-carrier performance.
It includes OPSTrax and TraxPod (Parts Procurement), ValuTrax (Conquesting) and DeliveryTrax (Logistics and Driver Management) that combine to provide a fully integrated, real-time work flow.
Using E-Smartdriver's intelligent platform, fleets can improve safety, security, compliance, and fuel efficiency through proactive and real-time driver management. Using GPS technology, the E-Smartdriver system accurately determines a driver's location in real time and caps the maximum speed that the vehicle can attain in a posted speed zone.