With the newly built-in GPS monitoring know-how, KeepTruckin presents high-performance visibility of the command middle for your complete day by day fleet operation

SAN FRANCISCO – (BUSINESS WIRE) – KeepTruckin, the leader in fleet management technology, today announced a next generation GPS tracking portfolio built on world-class live visibility to help fleets maximize productivity and better serve their customers. Fleet View is a proprietary live map that combines everything a fleet does in a day via GPS tracking, ELD compliance and driver safety in one powerful view. High-frequency telematics data from the Vehicle Gateway (ELD), the AI-powered Smart Dashcam and the solar-powered Asset Gateway automate tasks from this command center and improve the efficiency of daily fleet operations. With the new KeepTruckin fleet app, managers and sales representatives can access this business-critical fleet data from anywhere on their mobile device.

Fleet View aggregates and visualizes live and historical location data to help companies develop well-founded strategies for the drivers, vehicles, trailers and equipment they operate. HOS data (Driver Hour of Service) paired with the vehicle status, graphics from the AI-supported smart dashcam, warnings on vehicle condition and maintenance as well as real-time map levels such as weather form an intelligent command center through which companies can make data-driven decisions about where their fleet is was and where to go next.

Management can watch vehicles drive down the road in real time, ship faster by finding the closest driver to a pickup location, optimize driver routes and maximize daily productivity with real-time alerts. Fleets can also improve customer service by sharing live locations with accurate ETAs with third parties, verifying on-time delivery, or checking a driver’s breadcrumb trail for accurate billing or claim disputes related to time logged on site.

Fleet View’s integrated map also provides comprehensive trailer and equipment insights into detention times to increase profitability and maximize utilization. Automatic notifications alert fleets when assets are inactive for long periods of time or when they are removed from virtual boundaries to prevent theft, loss of assets, and unauthorized use. Location-based data for trailers and equipment helps avoid time-consuming yard hunts, while advanced reports streamline kilometer-based maintenance and automatically create an actionable snapshot in the asset history for intelligent resource allocation.

This powerful visibility of the command center is also available on the go via the new KeepTruckin fleet app. Managers can now access the operational data of their fleet around the clock from anywhere without being tied to a desk.

“Our modern, world-class GPS tracking technology brings everything customers need to run their business in one place,” said Shoaib Makani, CEO of KeepTruckin. “Our comprehensive map view and high-frequency location data automatically give fleets the mission-critical visibility they need to make smarter business decisions about how to work and how to better serve their customers. We’re excited to help businesses everywhere thrive with an integrated view of their daily fleet operations accessible from anywhere. ”

About KeepTruckin:

KeepTruckin is a leader in fleet management technology. With the state-of-the-art hardware and cloud-based software from KeepTruckin, companies can improve the safety and efficiency of their operations. With a platform that includes driver safety and dashcams, ELD (Electronic Logging Device) compliance, GPS tracking and asset tracking, and shipping, KeepTruckin offers an integrated fleet management system that is tailored to the needs of over 70,000 customers, from small haulage companies to to Fortune 500 companies.

KeepTruckin is headquartered in San Francisco, employs over 1,400 people, and has raised $ 227 million from Google Ventures, Index Ventures, IVP, Scale Venture Partners, and Greenoaks Capital. To learn more about KeepTruckin, visit www.keeptruckin.com.

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