Configurable Reporting, Analysis

Blue Tree Systems has announced the deployment of, a new analytics platform and information management engine that helps dispatchers, fleet managers, maintenance supervisors, or executives get the insights they need from their data, regardless of job title, source, or location.

It offers advanced features such as customizable workspaces for different users, dynamic search, advanced mapping, multiple ways to categorize drivers and vehicles, admin configuration options for multiple users, and what the company calls an engaging new user interface.   

It’s the new point of entry for Blue Tree customers that builds on the data analytics of R:COM — the company’s existing data-reporting platform — and combines it with new features that are said to offer fleets faster, more accessible, and personalized access to their data.

With, each user creates his/her own workspace — to select the data types they want to see, filter and sort the data, arrange how they want to see it, and save their view for their next visit. With asset categorization, rapid drill-down through search algorithms, and pre-defined widget templates, users can connect assets in any way they want in a highly visual way. Truck, temperature, and trailer data are all available on the same platform.

Blue Tree says all this provides a nimble, agile reporting and analysis capability, with productivity and efficiency gains delivered. 

From its cloud architecture, is easier to access than legacy reporting systems, the company says, allowing immediate access from any machine at any time anywhere in the world. Different views of data can be set up for different devices, to account for the depth and accessibility of different devices.

The Blue Tree platform is said to reduce fuel costs, improve driver and vehicle performance, automate HOS and ELD management, and protect FSMA-mandated temperature-sensitive cargo. In-cab products provide temperature monitoring, driver communication, turn-by-turn truck-specific sat nav, and vehicle inspection reporting, available on any Android device.

Rolf Lockwood is editor emeritus of Today's Trucking and a regular contributor to

Have your say

We won't publish or share your data