14.08
2018

Natural Wonders: World’s Most Stunning Mountains

As we’ve discussed over the past few weeks, one of the lasting benefits from our solutions is the ability to dramatically reduce your company’s carbon footprint. Casting aside archaic paper forms in exchange for more efficient, eco-friendly digital forms; better choosing which employee to dispatch to job assignments based on proximity; and getting control of unnecessary idling time from your drivers all cut back on unnecessary waste. Plus, making these seemingly small changes also puts a lot of money back into your pocket.

This week, in continued celebration of the environmental impact our solutions help to impart on the world, we’re taking a look at some of the most stunning mountains from around the globe. These soaring peaks have provided a never-ending supply of inspiration, for artists and adventurers alike, and it’s no surprise why.

Vinicunca, Peru
Also known as Rainbow Mountain, it doesn’t take long to figure out where its moniker hails from. Its terrain is “painted” in a vibrant array of colors not commonly found on a mountainside; we’re talking stripes of lavender, turquoise, yellow, and maroon. Buried deep within the Peruvian Andes, it can be surprisingly difficult to find, despite its unique coloring, so hiring a local guide is probably the best bet. Spend a few days in Cusco, just four hours north, ahead of time to help acclimate to the altitude before embarking on the trek to the peak.

Matterhorn, Switzerland and Italy
Straddling the border of Switzerland and Italy, this bluff is most recognizable from the Swiss side, where its snowy peak towers above the rolling green hills below. Often said to be the most-photographed mountain in the world, it’s advised that you do so from a safe vantage point. (Read: from the ground.) Trekking to the top is only for the most-experienced climbers with top-notch equipment. However, there are lifts in the area that scoop visitors up to an elevation of more than 12,700 feet, for some truly breathtaking, up-close views of the goliath.

Mount Fuji, Japan
The tallest mountain range in Japan, this peak is almost instantly recognized by all as it’s become an iconic symbol of the region. (Plus, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2013.) While impressive in scope, Mount Fuji is actually easily accessible for hikers of all skill levels, though it’s suggested that those with less experience stick to the official climbing season, which runs from early July through mid-September, when conditions are safest. Huts line the trails and, for a nominal fee, travelers can break for meals, brief rests, or sleep.

Mù Cang Chải, Vietnam
Never before has rice been so beautiful. The name actually references an entire region filled with rice terrace fields carved into the sides of mountains, rather than one specific ridge. The resulting effect — during grain season, from mid-September through mid-October, when the rice is fully ripe — are mountainsides covered with vibrant, perfectly manicured steps of yellows and greens. It’s a sight unlike any other and draws in thousands of visitors each year. Conversely, visit earlier in the year during the rainy season (May and June), to see the mountainside steps flooded, resembling mirrored steps ascending the cliffs.

Ama Dablam, Nepal
The less-famous sibling to Mount Everest, this Himalayan peak holds its own. The 22,349-foot-tall mountain’s name translates to “mother’s necklace”; its name comes from the extended peaks on each side, which resemble a mother’s open arms, and a hanging glacier on the southwest side, which bears a resemblance to a sacred pendant traditionally worn by Sherpa women. Climbing to the summit is no easy task, but we’re perfectly happy admiring its splendor from the comfort of the ground.

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07.08
2018

Encore Updates: Manager App, Security Enhancements, and More

At Actsoft, we’re constantly creating new ways to advance the power of our business solutions, and our latest product update is just another example of how we’re continuing to elevate the bar in both telematics and workforce management alike. Here’s everything that our latest release has to offer to users of Encore, our flagship solution.

Manager App

This new feature is designed to bring an extra measure of versatility to your mobile operations. With our Manager App, your company’s administrators can view the near real-time locations of dispersed employees and assets from a mobile device, eliminating any need for them to be tied down to a desktop computer. The Manager App view is directly accessible from within Encore’s mobile application, and it’s a powerful way to stay in touch with your workforce while on the go.

GPS APIs

Your company’s developers are now able to access important locational data, and then integrate it with third-party systems such as GIS or weather mapping software. By providing another avenue of consolidation to the way your business manages its information, experience even greater efficiency when it comes to managing and analyzing the GPS positions of your employees.

Don’t have on staff developers? Let our Professional Services Team help you integrate Encore data with your existing software.

Tracking Schedules

We’ve recently engineered features that help your company comply better with union concerns about tracking employees outside of working hours. Using GPS tracking schedules, feel free to set specific time periods for when tracking will occur, aligning them to fit with the shift times of mobile workers. The Encore application can also easily be set to monitor worker positions only while they’re clocked in, allowing management to further respect of the privacy of staff members when they’re not at work.

Traffic Overlay

Reduce the negative impacts of roadway congestion on your team’s operations with Traffic Overlay. When dispatching mobile employees to job locations, use this feature to monitor traffic patterns on the fly, and strategically pick the best routes for your drivers to take.

Additional Alerts

Instances of logins and logouts of the Encore application by employees can now trigger alerts to administrators. Any time the Encore application is launched or crashed on a mobile device, supervisors will also be made aware, and they’re now able to know when an employee disables or enables the GPS Tracking feature on a handset via digital notifications.

With all of these exciting new updates to our Encore solution, go forward with a revamped application that provides continual peace of mind regarding your mobile workforce’s routine operations. Save your business time, money, and resources with our latest host of improvements leading the way.

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01.08
2018

Geofences and City Construction

Constructing the megalopolises of today requires some of the most cutting-edge technology available. In a time where space in downtown areas is limited and building strategies have been trending upward rather than outward, the importance of modern tools to contractors can’t be understated.

These state-of-the-art tools come in many different forms, including both digital and mechanical ones. Workforces that are tasked with the responsibility of putting together an entire city’s infrastructure from the ground up need everything from heavy machinery to workforce management solutions continuously at their disposal, in order to complete projects in timely fashion.

On the workforce management side, Actsoft can help construction companies pinpoint the locations of their assets, fleet vehicles, and mobile workers in crowded urban environments. Features of our digital solutions such as Geofences allow for the establishment of up to 30 customized points around remote work zones, clearly defining the perimeters of job sites via GPS.

Using the power of Geofences, contracting workforces can further optimize their productivity levels, and provide near real-time information on what’s truly happening in the field back to their headquartered administrators. Once geofence boundaries have been set, businesses are able to use them in conjunction with other Actsoft features such as Alerts and Asset Tracking.

Companies dealing predominantly in high-rise and downtown construction in particular significantly benefit from our asset monitoring systems, because they’re versatile. Any time a piece of equipment enters or exits a geofence’s set boundaries, Alerts will automatically notify designated individuals within their organizations. And, as the shapes of geofences are highly customizable, any obstacles to plotting accurate site boundaries are out of sight and out of mind. Irregularly-shaped geofences in space-deficient city construction can be precisely drawn to contain everything that a business needs, and nothing it doesn’t.

Allow Actsoft to help your construction company improve the security of its valuable equipment, and ensure that your team is where it needs to be during routine workdays. With our solutions’ Geofences feature, explore all of the benefits that modern GPS technology is readily offering to your workforce.

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09.07
2018

Natural Wonders: 5 Perfect Places for Hiking

The ability to track your drivers’ behaviors is tantamount to money in your pocket. When you make sure that the people responsible for taking your fleet on the road are practicing stellar driving habits — like minimizing unnecessary vehicle idling times, keeping a steady pace instead of burning fuel by speeding, and curbing that tendency to slam on the brakes needlessly — you drastically cut back on fuel consumption.

Studies have shown that just cutting down on aggressive driving alone can save you anywhere from 10 to 40 percent on fuel. Whether fuel prices are sky high or at record lows, any amount back into your pocket is money you can then invest into your business.

And let’s not make light of the safety benefits that also come from having safe drivers behind the wheel. Knowing that you have a team on the road following the rules gives you peace of mind that their risk of costly accidents is also diminished.

At Actsoft, we help give you that peace of mind and help put extra money back in your pockets. Tracking your fleet through our software means that you know exactly where your drivers are, their routes, whether they’ve been idling excessively, if they’ve been speeding, and if they have a habit of hard braking or quick starting, among other habits.

It’s all a part of helping you do your part to go green, while simultaneously being able to cut costs. So, in a continuation of our Natural Wonders series, to celebrate the cost-saving that also benefits the environment, this week we’re going to explore the best places to get outside and take a hike.

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

With roughly 200,000 acres of protected land, hiking abounds in this treasured parkland. Here, you’ll find more than 500 miles of trails, along which you may spot any number of wild animals, including more than 200 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, plus countless insects and spiders. Don’t miss a chance to hike a part of the Appalachian Trail; 105 miles of the famed 2,180-mile-long path is located right here.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina

Spanning the border between Tennessee and North Carolina, the sprawling park stretches an astounding 522,000 acres. As one of the largest protected parcels of land in the country, myriad animal species call the grounds home, including the American Black Bear, the park’s unofficial mascot. There are some 1,500 of these bears in the park, making it the largest protected bear habitat in the East. Choose from more than 150 official trails, and be sure to take part in the “Hike the Smokies” challenge; just log your excursions and earn pins incrementally as you surpass 100 miles of hiking.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada

Just 15 miles from the glitz and glam of always-awake Las Vegas are nearly 200,000 protected desert acres itching to be explored. There are 26 official hiking trails that allow you to take a look at all the desert world has to offer. Keep an eye out for wild burros, desert bighorn sheep, and even red-spotted toads (after a rare rainstorm). Plus, depending on the time of year, it’s actually possible to spot waterfalls, even in the desert. (Lost Creek, Ice Box Canyon, and First Creek Canyon are three trails where you may find one.)

Acadia National Park, Maine

The oldest national park in the eastern U.S., Acadia’s 49,000 acres span most of Maine’s Mount Desert Island, as well as some of the smaller surrounding islands. The coastal park is home to a plethora of wildlife, including gray seals, snowshoe hares, minks, coyotes, and golden eagles. Hiking trails abound, but you’re in Maine, arguably one of the most picturesque coastal states, so stick to one of the six official coastal trails. The Gorham Mountain Loop is 3.5 miles and features a 525-foot mountain that’s the perfect spot to catch a stunning sunrise.

Central Park, New York City

Yes, really! Who’s to say great hiking has to be completely immersed in acre upon acre of unadulterated wilderness? Smack dab in the center of the concrete jungle that is New York City, Central Park is a green oasis that spans nearly 850 acres and is jam-packed with trails that are manageable for just about anyone. Trails wend through all sections of the park; while it’s easy to forget for a moment that you’re in the middle of a major metropolis, one glance up at the towering skyscrapers that surround the park will snap you back to reality.

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26.06
2018

The Versatile Solutions of GPS Technology

The creation of a Global Positioning System (GPS) has brought extra convenience and powerful business applications alike into the lives of modern-day people. Things such as locating lost equipment, estimating lengths of travel, and even visiting unfamiliar places have become so much easier to accomplish through the concept of GPS, and the system’s versatility makes it one of the most impressive resources available in the digital age.

How does GPS work?

The GPS network is comprised of multiple satellites that are kept in perpetual orbit around Earth, and each one of these satellites transmits information to GPS receivers on Earth’s surface. This data is then used to calculate the positions of receivers in near real-time by comparing the time a signal was transmitted from a satellite to the time it was collected. A difference in time elapsed gives the receiving device an accurate perception of how far away the satellite it originally accepted the ping from is, allowing for precise locations on a digital map to be plotted.

Actsoft’s solutions

Many of our applications use GPS in order to let businesses see the near real-time locations and activities of their mobile workforces. In doing this, Actsoft’s tracking software can help to increase the efficiency of company operations, while lowering costs for an organization at the same time. Valuable equipment and assets that are scattered in the field, away from corporate headquarters are able to be constantly monitored for security purposes, and any speeds of business vehicle travel can also be recorded, all using the tandem of our products and GPS satellites. Once given comprehensive reports on the driving behaviors of remote workers, businesses can then use that information to implement strategies for reduced fleet wear-and-tear, saved fuel, and better time management.

Using the power of GPS, Actsoft has engineered intelligent business tools for better, faster mobile operations. Let us help your company reach new heights of efficiency today by providing your team with our sophisticated, yet user-friendly spatial analytics solutions.

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22.06
2018

Natural Wonders: 5 of the World’s Coolest Caves

We’re on a mission to save the world from waste. What kind of waste, you ask? Wasted time, wasted money, and wasted resources. As you know, when you’re running a business, the name of the game is to be as successful as possible. What determines that success? At the end of the day, delivering a stellar product with a loyal customer base, no matter what that product may be, is a huge part of the game. But any good businessperson knows that behind the scenes, efficiency is a key component to delivering that product. This means that properly managing your time and resources, while still delivering your product as promised, is essential to also keeping your business profitable.

Helping your business to decrease its waste output is one of Actsoft’s major goals in the delivery of our product. We strive to help your business make the most of its employees, time, and resources, to reduce unnecessary expenditures while maximizing profitability. In addition to profits, one side effect that comes with the implementation of our software is actual physical waste reduction.

Take our GPS Tracking feature. When you have a fleet of vehicles, it’s imperative that your drivers all adhere to the same principle: drive the most efficient route possible, always, without exception. Navigating along unnecessarily long routes is tantamount to throwing money away. And the negative impact of needlessly burning excessive fuel in the process is horrible for the environment. Our software helps you keep your drivers on the road to efficiency and, in the process, you’re playing a part in preserving our planet’s natural resources.

In a continuation of our celebration of the amazing natural wonders of the world, this week we’re taking a look at incredible caves from near and far. These fascinating destinations are prime spots for aspiring spelunkers to explore and discover a whole different world. Here, five of our favorites.

Waitomo Glowworm Caves, Otorohanga, New Zealand
Located about halfway up New Zealand’s North Island, a bit inland from the western coast, are these caves that, while impressive in their own right, are made that much more spectacular by their inhabitants. Dangling from the roofs of these caves are thousands of bioluminescent glowworms, casting an eerie-yet-serene bluish glow on the waters below. Book a 45-minute boat ride along the underground Waitomo River for the opportunity to see these fantastic creatures for yourself.

Cave of Crystals, Chihuahua, Mexico
Superman’s Fortress of Solitude has nothing on this surreal cave in north-central Mexico. Not open to visitors due to the extreme nature of the ecosystem responsible for the crystals’ growth — think temperatures as hot as 136 degrees F with 99 percent humidity, thanks to an underground magma chamber that lies just below — this place is still more than worthy of a mention. The largest of the behemoth crystals, which have been growing for tens of thousands of years, stretches nearly 40 feet in length and weighs some 55 tons.

Caverns of Sonora, Sutton County, Texas
Dress accordingly if you’re gearing up for one of the two-hour tours through this central Texas cave. Temperatures inside may only average 72 degrees F, but with 98 percent humidity, it’ll feel a lot hotter. But as you wend your way along the roughly two-mile-long guided tour, you’ll soon realize it’s worth the minor discomfort. The caves are covered with myriad calcite crystals, the most unique being rare helictites. These are stalactites that, during early formation, begin to shift their growth to the side rather than straight down, forming odd shapes that resemble fish fins, butterflies, worms, and ribbons. When you’re done exploring the wonders of this cavern, take some time to pan for gemstones on the ranch grounds outside.

Škocjan Caves, Divača, Slovenia
Regarded as one of the most important cave systems in the world, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the largest known underground canyon and, due to particular conditions, it’s home to a unique ecosystem, making it possible for a mix of Alpine and Mediterranean species to grow side-by-side. Tours of the caves run much more frequently in the summer months, but are available year round.

Lascaux Cave, Dordogne, France
Another member of the UNESCO World Heritage club, the complex passages of this cave system aren’t so much revered for the natural features that have formed throughout the years; rather, it’s the 600 or so parietal wall paintings that date back some 17,000 years. Depicting mostly local creatures, such as aurochs, horses, and deer, as well as native vegetation, these cave paintings provide an important insight into the earlier inhabitants of the surrounding land, though many theories about these people are still cause for much debate. The archaeologically significant site may not be open to tourists, but you can tour an exact replica to get a feel of what it would be like inside the real deal.

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11.06
2018

Protecting Your Equipment with Innovative Software

For many businesses, the security of high-value equipment is essential to making sure that operations run smoothly on a routine basis. One particular cause for concern, however, is how exactly these important and often costly assets are being kept safe during non-working hours.

While mobile employees are in the field, it’s easy to keep tabs on the equipment they’re using in near real-time with the assistance of an adequate solution. But what happens to the tools a workforce uses once its workers have clocked out for the day? How exactly are these assets being protected against theft, misuse, and damages?

With Actsoft, ensure that your valuable tools are being safely monitored around-the-clock using features of our applications such as Geofences, Alerts, and GPS Tracking. On our solutions’ live view maps, the positions of precious equipment like fleet vehicles and company-owned mobile devices are all plotted and can be checked in near real-time. Geofences are customizable, and designate the boundaries for remote work zones on the live view map. Any time an asset enters or exits these boundaries during specified times, notifications will be sent back to a company’s in-office team, keeping them always informed.

Businesses like Gardner-Watson Decking use Actsoft to monitor the whereabouts of their dispersed equipment on a daily basis. Through effective tracking and strong workforce transparency, they’ve been able to witness significant return on investment.

“We have had a vehicle stolen, and we’ve been able to track it and have the police respond to it within approximately 30 minutes of knowing the truck was stolen,” said Rick Vassallo, chief financial officer and vice president of operations at Gardner-Watson Decking. “We got one hundred percent of our equipment back, minor damage to the vehicle. So, a fifty or sixty thousand-dollar equipped truck is a huge savings.”

Consider letting Actsoft help your business retain and maintain its high-value equipment today. With a vast array of specialized solutions available, we can help you gain peace of mind and greater knowledge regarding the security of your company’s essential assets.

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05.06
2018

Three Essential Tips for Improving Time Management

Time is the one of the few resources that can’t ever be gained back once it’s been spent.

This statement particularly resonates in the workplace setting, where optimized productivity and the acquisition of true efficiency are essential to success. Because abundant surpluses of wasted time can be detrimental to high motivation, ensuring that your company’s time management skills are adept is vital.

Every single second that passes by is a moment that’s filled with opportunity, and by making the most out of the time you spend in the workplace, you can even gain more out of your leisure time away from the office. It’s a reciprocal relationship, as coming back to work from a vacation recharged and refocused also can assist you with sustaining long-term productivity at work. Here’s three tips that may help you enhance the effectiveness of your time management skills.

Work smarter, not harder.

There’s a fine line between cutting corners and working efficiently. When completing daily tasks during the workday, finding ways to consolidate and multi-task, while also ensuring that each job is being done to a satisfactory level is key. Accessing the right resources from the get-go before completing a project is a surefire way to make sure that your productivity won’t suffer later on, and that your workforce will remain firing on all cylinders. If there’s a way to simplify a task without compromising on the quality of work being done, it’s usually a smart idea to do so.

Schedule accordingly.

While too much rigidity in scheduling can actually become a deterrent to improved time management, crafting a flexible outline of weekly tasks, deadlines, and meetings can help you sharpen your punctuality. This extends beyond the scope of the workplace as well. When planning a vacation, it’s wise to have some concrete, scheduled events on the itinerary, but make sure you don’t overbook. The whole point of a getaway is to relax, and stressing over getting to certain events at every hour of every day can wear thin quick. In short, plan as much as you can ahead of time, but leave some room for the unexpected.

Use tools to help you manage time and improvise better.

Technology has always been centered on making life easier, and as time progresses, our reliance on it continues to increase. With Actsoft’s solutions, your company can truly optimize its productivity, helping you save time, money, and resources. Some of our digital tools like Mobile Timekeeping and Job Dispatching can help you ensure that your mobile employees are maximizing their time while in the field. This tandem of features allows them to clock-in directly from mobile devices and receive updates about new work orders in near real-time. GPS Tracking from Actsoft also provides the ability to monitor remote employees, so you can verify your workers’ respective locations while they’re dispersed at different job sites.

Improved time management is key to optimized margins, a healthy bottom line, and ultimate customer satisfaction. With Actsoft, your workforce can enhance its productivity on an hourly basis, helping you gain the most out of each and every minute that your business is operating.

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01.06
2018

5 Tips for Improving Your Fleet’s Safety

When you’re the owner of a business with a fleet of vehicles, whether it’s a local delivery service or long-haul trucking, safety is always a primary concern. Safe driving factors in big to your company’s bottom line, including brand reputation. But when your drivers are constantly on the go, how do you keep on top of these practices? Here, five tips to help you do just that.

Perform Regular Maintenance
As we’ve discussed before, consistent maintenance is essential for keeping your fleet, no matter the size, in tip-top shape; it helps you avoid bigger, costlier fixes down the road due to negligence. But that regular checks also keep you and your drivers safer while on the road, by giving you the heads up about any issues before they become too serious. Setting up alerts through our software helps to make sure you don’t miss any of those important, regular appointments. (Bonus: You’re also more likely to save money by keeping your vehicles in the best possible shape.)

Keep Tabs on Driver Behavior
You hire the drivers that seem best suited for the job, but you can’t always be there to make sure they’re constantly delivering peak performances. However, with our fleet monitoring tools, you can keep track of certain behaviors, such as hard braking and accelerating, speeding, and even making sure they’re sticking to preapproved routes. Plus, we offer an ELD solution that keeps drivers in compliance with FMCSA regulations, so you know without a doubt that your drivers are taking the required break times rather than staying on the road for an unsafe length of time.

Incentivize Good Behavior
Sometimes the better incentive is to reward drivers that go above and beyond, rather than just reprimanding those that don’t meet expectations. With driver behavior tracked and logged, it’s easy to set up a reward system for those that regularly hit top marks. This could be in the form of a monetary bonus, extra time off, or even preferential schedules/routes. After all, regularly practicing safe behavior is going to save you money in the long run.

Provide Coaching
Similar to incentivizing drivers who regularly demonstrate stellar driving skills, having detailed reports about the not-so-great behavior of drivers can be used as a learning opportunity. Provide coaching to these drivers and give them a chance to improve based on real feedback from their time on the road. Most people are willing to take the time to improve their skills when given the opportunity.

Reduce Distracted Driving
Our driver-monitoring tools run in the background, without operators being required to actively engage while behind the wheel, so they can just focus on driving. But that doesn’t mean they’re distraction free … from their own devices. We’ve discussed ways to help prevent distracted driving in the past. Encourage your employees to actively avoid these distractions when they should be paying attention to the road. And if self-control is an issue, there are apps to help with that.

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31.05
2018

Actsoft’s Applications in the Shipping Industry

Two things that constantly hang in the balance of success for a shipping company’s daily operations are the quality of the goods they’re transporting, and the timeliness with which they’re delivered to a destination. Transportation companies today choose to make keeping both of these things optimized a priority, and many leverage them as positive differentiators between their services and those of their competitors to gain advantages in the marketplace. In addition to attracting and retaining business, heightened efforts to ensure that products arrive on time and in excellent condition also save shipping companies time and money by paying significant dividends back into their bottom lines.

To help transportation businesses find these sought-after optimizations, Actsoft’s solutions are there to provide an extra measure of insight for company administrators regarding their business’s daily operations. Key features that we support including Wireless Forms, Electronic Logging Devices (ELD), and GPS Tracking allow shipping companies to fine-tune the various facets of their respective workforces for efficiency, security, and savings.

Wireless Forms

Using Wireless Forms, workers of shipping businesses can digitally transmit back important data from the field to their company’s headquarters nearly instantly. Records of completed orders that are filled out by remote employees via mobile devices eliminate the need for paper forms, and simplify business. As non-digital documents can be easily lost, costly to print from an annual perspective, and lengthier to process, our Wireless Forms tool has monumental influence on increasing virtually any company’s operational efficiency.

ELD

Powered by VisTracks, Actsoft’s ELD solution can provide transportation companies with increased stability by taking much of the guesswork out of their drivers’ jobs. As a capable application that’s fully certified by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), our ELD solution helps employees verify that they’re staying in compliance with Hours-of-Service (HoS) mandates, as established by the FMCSA through automated driver data recording. Fines resulting from errors in manually-logged information can end up costing shipping businesses thousands of dollars, and when equipped with a powerful tool like ours to help mobile workers attain higher levels of consistency, companies can avoid as many of these fees as possible.

GPS Tracking

GPS Tracking from Actsoft can help shipping companies keep tabs on their mobile drivers in near real-time, and make sure that their transit networks are operating in fashions that are safe, secure, and expedited. Fuel-efficient routes can also be planned out using this feature, which help businesses implement some of the most standardized and budget-conscious methods possible when it comes to moving goods.

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