MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Cancom Tracking, a provider of mobile communications, has announced the launch of a fleet management system with QA's highly integrated in-cab, back-office and satellite/wireless L...
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Cancom Tracking, a provider of mobile communications, has announced the launch of a fleet management system with QA’s highly integrated in-cab, back-office and satellite/wireless LAN solution for fleet tracking and management.
Cancom/QA solution is a fully integrated that will include the MVPc in-vehicle computers with QA Technologies’ Accutre on-board plus AccutreQ fleet applications software for back office functions. This integrated application delivers driver and vehicle performance management, electronic driver logs, fuel tax reporting, activity management and GPS-based location capabilities. The solution includes custom features and integration capabilities for corporate processes such as dispatch, maintenance, payroll and inventory. It enables users to access fleet operations data and to manage its distribution resources in real-time, ensuring regulatory compliance, optimum fleet utilization, improved safety and reduced environmental impact.
Frito-Lay Canada, a division of PepsiCo, have fully integrated their transportation division using this solution from Cancom/QA.
“The ability to monitor and track assets in real-time and to closely manage the performance of your fleet and driving professionals is invaluable in helping our customers maintain a competitive edge,” said Mike Ham, vice-president of Cancom Tracking. “Cancom/QA’s integrated solution is helping ensure that fleets continue to be successful as market leaders by providing reliable network management, proven technology and a host of user-friendly software applications to effectively manage their transportation operations in real-time.”
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