Gorilla Safety announces ELD solution

Gorilla Safety announces ELD solution

Gorilla Safety, a fleet and safety management software provider, has announced a white label, fully automated electronic logging device (ELD).

Gorilla Safety’s certified ELD solution was developed to directly address and meet the rules set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s ELD mandate, which takes effect in December 2017. Gorilla Safety’s ELD affords users the ability to track hours of service, stay compliant with edits and automate all documents required for roadside inspections.

Due to the upcoming mandate, Gorilla Safety has developed a white label product that satisfies the ELD requirement for its clients. This offering will allow companies to achieve compliance and offer the solution under its own brand to its clients without undergoing the arduous development process. With the white label product, Gorilla Safety says that it is targeting companies that currently serve the transportation technology space as well as brokers, large fleets, owner-operator fleets and tech companies that have yet to develop an ELD product but wish to offer one.

“Gorilla Safety is bringing to market a solution that is ready to go—out of the box, so to speak,” said Tommy Johnson, co-founder of Gorilla Safety. “It’s quick to deploy and ramp up and is extremely affordable. The best part is that it’s also completely customizable, and can be tailored to meet the needs of any transportation industry constituent. Not only are we offering a white label ELD solution but with the recent unveiling of our mobile app, we created a long-term fleet and safety management solution. Based on our years of experience in the safety and compliance space, we developed this by anticipating the needs of the industry and addressing all functions pertinent to fleet management. All of the innovative features within the Gorilla Safety mobile app, along with our complementary ELD technology, can be easily managed from the palm of one’s hand.”

 

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