LONDON, Ont. — The management team of StakUp is announcing the formal launch of its Online Performance Benchmarking platform to the North American trucking industry.
Almost 12 months in development, the service enables motor carrier subscribers to benchmark their performance against those of similar companies throughout North America via an intuitive and interactive dashboard. In addition, StakUp includes three organizational engagement tools which will allow motor carriers to:
1.Track their relative performance versus stated internal goals
- Visualize revenue and cost saving opportunities via a monthly report card, and
- Research relevant and timely operational resources via resource library called KnowledgeStak.
StakUp is the creation of industry veterans Doug Davis (formerly of Pollock Group of Companies), Ray Haight (formerly of MacKinnon Transport) and Chris Henry (formerly of NAL Insurance).
“We are very excited to be able to provide a tool which can deliver immediate results to our subscribing companies’ bottom lines. This platform has evolved from simple benchmarking into a very powerful employee engagement and accountability tool. The feedback from our beta group has been overwhelmingly positive, and we look forward to building StakUp further based on suggestions from member companies,” Henry said.
Trucknews.com has partnered with StakUp, as its exclusive Canadian media partner. Trucknews.com will provide valuable content for StakUp’s KnowledgeStak resource library. In addition, StakUp will provide a regular feature on key benchmarking issues in Fleet Executive magazine.
“Being able to benchmark performance against similar companies is critical to understanding the true measure of a fleet’s operation and developing sound business strategies. Trucknews.com is excited to be partnered with StakUp and to aid in facilitating such knowledge sharing within the industry,” said publisher and editorial director Lou Smyrlis.
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