HighJump, a global provider of supply chain solutions, has announced the integration of the company’s Prophesy Dispatch TMS, a trucking software solution for truckload carriers, brokers, and private fleets, and Teletrac Navman's Director fleet management solution.
The company said the integration creates a seamless workflow between every component of a load – from the second an order is initiated to the moment it is delivered – and ensures compliance with the upcoming electronic logging device rule in the United States.
Under the new ELD mandate, all fleets must have an approved Hours of Service (HOS) tracking solution by Dec. 18. Together, Prophesy Dispatch TMS and Teletrac Navman Director provide dispatchers with a real-time view of available hours for each driver, as well as complete visibility into asset location, fuel consumption, driver behaviors, safety analytics and vehicle diagnostics.
The advanced interface also increases visibility by working with Teletrac Navman’s unified Drive app, which is part of the Director platform. When a dispatcher creates a load, data is automatically sent to the driver’s in-cab device, and in turn, all confirmations, arrivals/departures and other updates sent back by the driver are processed.
“This new, robust integration between Prophesy Dispatch TMS and Teletrac Navman is a testament to our dedication to meeting the needs of trucking and fleet companies today and tomorrow,” said Joe Couto, chief operating officer of HighJump. “By combining our technologies, we’re allowing dispatchers and drivers to focus more on their jobs and providing the service their customers expect, and less on the legwork of communicating load information.”
The optional integration is available to both current Prophesy Dispatch and Teletrac Navman Director customers.
Originally posted on Trucking Info
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