SKOKIE, Ill.– Rand McNally has released a software upgrade for its line of in-cab devices.
The new device enables Multiple Operating Authority which tracks drivers’ and trucks’ hours-of service separately. It also enables the assignment of fuel purchases and mileage data, and evaluates drive behaviour associated with a specific division and tracks driver movements.
“Rand McNally’s robust new MOA feature goes far beyond what is currently available in the market. It will improve reporting accuracy and efficiency for any company tracking multiple Operational Authorities, from companies during an acquisition period, to brokers, to those with complex operations and multiple divisions,” said Mark Spicer, v.p. of sales for Rand McNally’s Commercial Transportation business. “The MOA feature allows such fleets to focus on growing business, serving customers, and maximizing driver capacity.”
These new MOA capabilities will be on display at the American Moving and Storage Association Annual Education Conference & Expo in Orlando, Fla., February 8-11.
For more information visit, randmcnally.com
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