Mack and Telogis offer free trial of Fleet Management Services

Mack, Telogis offer free trial of Fleet Management Services

Mack Trucks and Telogis are offering a free 30-day trial of Mack Fleet Management Services with Telogis Fleet.

Telogis Fleet for Mack is a comprehensive fleet management and telematics software solution that can be activated over the air and scaled to different fleet sizes. Utilizing proprietary data captured through Mack’s factory-installed GuardDog Connect telematics hardware, Telogis Fleet provides real-time visibility of truck and driver performance.

“It’s easy to read about the features that Mack Fleet Management Services with Telogis Fleet offers, but it’s a game changer when you can try them first hand,” said David Pardue, vice president of connected vehicles and uptime services for Mack Trucks. “With a 30-day free trial, customers can see exactly how Telogis Fleet can improve their business performance.”

Mack models equipped with Mack MP engines and GuardDog Connect hardware built after 2014 are eligible for the free trial, and up to 10 trucks per customer can be included. All features of Telogis Fleet for Mack are available during the free trial period, including Mack- specific diagnostic data, driver behavior scorecards, a fleet intelligence dashboard, vehicle location and history, and real-time alerts. Customers may sign up for the trial through June 30. No additional hardware is required, and activation is completed over the air.

“Maximizing uptime while helping to improve driver safety and performance has become a mission-critical component for any successful fleet,” said Amy Hart Phillips, vice president of OEM business at Telogis. “The 30-day trial is the easiest way for any Mack customer with a connected truck to experience the transformative effects Telogis Fleet for Mack can have.”

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