Isotrak launches new mobile data and EPOD functionality at CV Show 2013

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Isotrak will demonstrate its latest ATMSi (Active Transport Management System) developments at this year's Commercial Vehicle Show (Stand 4G70). Held at Birmingham's NEC from 9 to 11 April, the Milton Keynes based Vehicle Tracking and Telematics company will be showing new Dashboard functionality for integrating mobile data communications and electronic proof of delivery (EPOD).

By integrating EPOD with ATMSi, the system provides the additional benefit of paperless data capture and direct communication to the office. This eliminates the need for the driver to carry traditional paper delivery notes and other documents and gives the customer service team the ability to respond to queries quicker and with greater accuracy. It also makes it easier and quicker to invoice for jobs.

Using any suitable wireless handheld computer, the driver can capture signatures, scan barcodes and photograph damaged or incomplete orders. With this handy timesaving mobile functionality, every part of the delivery process will benefit from efficiency improvements.

Isotrak will also demonstrate the benefits of using its mobile data module. Effective driver communications are a vital part of transport efficiency and with the system's mobile data integration functionality, managers can update delivery plans to instantly alert drivers over the air to changes to their trips. The system is much more efficient, cheaper and safer than using cell phones, and reduces delays, wasted journeys and errors.

Using mobile data, the system leads drivers through required job workflows and they receive electronic manifests to guide them through their shift. The easy to use and customisable mobile data module provides a full range of communication options, including text-based information that can be extended with an additional hands-free voice communications option if required.

Isotrak's ATMSi gives commercial vehicle fleet managers the benefit of more accessible management information, simpler and clearer data and entity-based navigation. The hosted managed service allows users to manage their transport operation using a user-friendly web-browser based system that interprets satellite GPS tracking and vehicle telematics data giving them real-time visibility and measurement of whole-fleet (and individual-vehicle) performance.

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