The cloud-hosted versions of TMW.Suite and TruckMate are offered as scalable, subscription-based platforms designed to fit fleets’ precise needs and adapt as their business grows.
 - Image courtesy Trimble

The cloud-hosted versions of TMW.Suite and TruckMate are offered as scalable, subscription-based platforms designed to fit fleets’ precise needs and adapt as their business grows.

Image courtesy Trimble

Trimble has announced that its TMW.Suite and TruckMate transportation management solutions are now available via a cloud-based subscription model.

Trimble’s TMW.Suite and TruckMate are bundled and backed by a prescriptive implementation and training options. The cloud-based options provide a suitable solution for both asset and non-asset based companies of all sizes looking to implement a scalable TMS without the need for on-site servers or extensive IT oversight. On-premise options will continue to be offered as well.

The cloud-hosted versions of TMW.Suite and TruckMate are offered as scalable, subscription-based platforms designed to fit fleets’ precise needs and adapt as their business grows. Trimble-managed upgrades also allow fleets to take advantage of new software releases via managed updates, eliminating the need for carriers to upgrade their systems manually.

In addition to these new cloud-based subscriptions, Trimble offers subscription-based versions of its other TMS solutions, including Innovative Access, Access Plus and TL2000. Asset maintenance modules for Trimble’s SQL and IBM i platforms are also available via subscription.

“Cloud-based TMW.Suite and TruckMate combine the proven quality of Trimble’s leading software solutions with the lower capital costs and faster return on investment that come from subscription-based models,” said James Langley, general manager of Trimble Transportation Enterprise. “With this new platform, carriers of all sizes can take advantage of the process improvements found in order to cash dispatch solutions available in TMWSuite and TruckMate, enabling operational efficiencies.”

Originally posted on Trucking Info

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