Omnitracs expands Driver Workflow 2.0 availability

Omnitracs expands Driver Workflow 2.0 availability

Omnitracs LLC has announced that its Driver Workflow 2.0 application is now available on the Mobile Computing Platform 50 (MCP50). Driver Workflow 2.0 features major application suite integration enabling direct access and data sharing to other in-cab applications through a single, centralized driver workspace view, which consolidates all load assignments, trip information, tasks, and forms to significantly improve driver productivity and satisfaction.

Driver Workflow 2.0 delivers customized circle of service forms to automate and structure many of the tasks that are standard to a specific route, customer or fleet operation, according to the company, who added that it provides a continuous loop of dispatching load assignments, forms and tasks on its mobile driver workspace. Its integration with Omnitracs’ other applications minimizes the need to switch between multiple screens.

“We continuously look for opportunities to improve fleet productivity and enhance the driver experience. Driver Workflow 2.0 does both,” said Jimmy Fortuna, Omnitracs’ vice president of product management. “Given the widespread driver shortage in our industry, fleets are increasingly looking for tools to improve overall driver satisfaction with their mobile work environment. Driver Workflow 2.0 streamlines drivers’ duties with an intelligent, centralized work space for all in-cab tasks and forms while automatically updating dispatch on status as activities are completed.”

 

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