Isaac Instruments is now a McLeod Certified Integration Partner, making it possible for fleets to view Hours of Service data and other Isaac-generated information through LoadMaster’s Symphony Mobile Communications Module.
Images of documents like a bill of lading, meanwhile, can automatically flow from the Isaac solution to McLeod’s DocumentPower system.
Combining workflows through a single platform lets dispatchers better match loads to nearby drivers who have available hours, the company says. Drivers are also better equipped thanks to complete load visibility, real-time updates, and mobile communication tools. Combined with real-time GPS data, fleets can optimize workflows and increase productivity.
“Isaac is thrilled to be an officially integrated partner with McLeod Software, providing fleets with even more ways to increase driver happiness and boost efficiency,” said Jacques DeLarochelliere, Isaac CEO and co-founder.
“Our shared goal is to help mutual customers automate fleet operations, driving their ROI, and Isaac Instruments has been an innovative partner in developing this interface using our new API platform,” said Ahmed Ebrahim, McLeod’s vice-president of partner alliances.
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