Large fleets have economies of scope and scale. Yet being small is not an automatic disadvantage. To level the playing field, small fleets can take advantage of custom driver apps to keep their drivers fully connected, inside and outside the cab, with all the tools they need to do their jobs.Read More
Ryder had a custom driver app in place but needed to update it to manage these tasks with the ability to report back to HQ when tasks were completed.
Discover how K&B Transportation was able to customize their driver workflows to improve and automate payment processing and, ultimately, improve their driver experience.
NAPA Transportation was able to reduce the time it takes for drivers to find trailers, increase their overall driver retention rates, and much more with their custom driver app.
See how K&B Transportation built an in-app weather warning solution to increase truck driver safety and satisfaction and reduce accidents and insurance claims.
Ezzell Trucking needed a robust solution to help simplify, streamline, and digitize their manual processes along with provide management a way to better track loads and provide drivers real-time communications.
Custom driver apps are now must-have tools for many fleets. This blog outlines the problems they help solve for some of North America’s most innovative fleets.
Fleets can affordably develop custom driver apps that meet their exact specifications and have the flexibility to adapt to ever-evolving needs.
Driver retention continues to be a problem for fleets. To beat it, they need to improve the driver experience and that can only be done by investing in the technology drivers want.
Prime wanted to be more nimble so they could respond more quickly to requests from their drivers. See how they accomplished this with Eleos.