Omnitracs announced the availability of Roadnet Anywhere version 4.5, incorporating advanced vehicle overview features that allow fleet managers to view the status of their entire fleet while also improving workflow on the ground.
The update introduces the Fleet Overview feature that improves a fleet managers ability to track the status and performance of their entire fleet in real time. Fleet Overview provides a better singular management area for vehicles that have a route plan, or do not have a plan at all. Managers can use Fleet Overview to keep their teams on schedule for deliveries.
“Our continuing development of this software brings a new level of innovation to the industry, providing fleet owners, operators and drivers ever-evolving resources to further advance their business,” said David Palle, Omnitracs vice president of product management. “Roadnet Anywhere version 4.5 provides benefits for all levels of a distribution company, and we’re thrilled to continue to advance our products and better serve our partners across North America.”
The new update also offers advanced compliance tools that encompass hours of service, DVIR and IFTA, enhancing Omnitracs’ Routing, Dispatching and Compliance solutions. Drivers and office personnel can manage their entire day using a single interface.
Roadnet Mobile, the Roadnet Anywhere mobile application, allows users to access all fleet data from a smartphone, tablet, heavy-duty handheld or basic phone. With version 4.5, the updated application allows users to add or remove fields, or create on-demand forms with customized questions. The configurable proof of delivery application allows fleet managers to guide drivers throughout their day by simplifying tasks related to tracking and navigation.
“We understand that every business has a different objective and operates in a unique way,” said Palle. “The high level of configuration offered by Roadnet Anywhere allows fleet owners to cultivate a software platform that best fits their needs and helps drive their business objectives.”
Originally posted on Trucking Info