Geotab, Eleos launch customizable Class 8 fleet management solution

Geotab, Eleos launch customizable Class 8 fleet management solution

Launched at Geotab Connect 2020, this integrated solution combines a highly customizable open fleet management system, a comprehensive driver workflow platform and a FMCSA-compliant ELD with rich data insights.

Geotab and Eleos, a software as a service (SaaS) for transportation provider, announced the availability of UNIFY. Launched at Geotab Connect 2020, this integrated solution combines a highly customizable open fleet management system, a comprehensive driver workflow platform and a FMCSA-compliant ELD with rich data insights, the companies explained.

Designed for Class 8 fleet transport and logistics applications, UNIFY provides customers with access to an all-in-one driver workflow solution that includes the customization and freedom of an open platform. Turnkey and accessible through a pre-loaded enterprise-grade tablet, UNIFY leverages Eleos’ custom mobile app development platform and Geotab’s GO device to indicate when a load is pushed to a driver, who can then update the system when delivered in real-time—ultimately helping unite drivers and fleet managers through one central mobile app to improve routing, visibility and productivity.

Eleos offers mobile workforce management solutions to guide drivers throughout their workday. The company’s SaaS solutions are utilized by many of the world’s most respected trucking fleets to help maximize driver productivity and improve the driving experience, the companies said during the announcement at Geotab Connect.

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