As mobile continues to headline the technology mainstage, carriers of all kinds are looking to make this relatively new technology an integral part of their business strategy. The right mobile solution can offer significant advantages to companies that strategically deploy them. When executed, the advantages touch the entire enterprise: from more efficient recruiting of drivers to making
Reduce Billing Cycle Times, Improve Cash Flow, and Increase Driver and Customer Satisfaction
In the transportation industry, manual, paper-based billing processes are becoming a thing of the past. The time and labor costs associated with confirming and matching order information, the opportunity for errors with illegible or missing documents and inaccurate data entry, and lost revenue due to unrecognized accessorial charges provide a strong case for automation and integration.
2018 is shaping up to be a game-changer for the transportation industry. New technologies, new policies, and new opportunities abound. Below are some of the major topics that our customers and industry experts will be keeping an eye on this year.
FACT: Accidents Happen! How you respond will determine the accident’s impact on your company’s sustainability, exposure, brand, and profitability. Those in the transportation industry know that when a driver is involved in an accident, dealing with the aftermath is unpleasant -- especially if fatalities are involved.
The recently implemented ELD mandate has necessitated changes in roadside hours inspection procedures. Drivers might be wondering, what are my responsibilities during an ELD check by law enforcement? Fortunately, there is now a handy document that outlines the ELD checking procedure, as well as the responsibilities of the driver AND the law enforcement officer.
These days everyone has a mobile device, even your drivers. Why not put that device to good use? With all the information you need to convey to your drivers, the speed with which you want to communicate with your clients, and your desire to reduce Days Sales Outstanding, mobile capture is a strategic tool that makes yesterday’s dream today’s reality.
It’s no secret that driving a truck is an inherently unhealthy occupation. The sedentary and cramped working environment, the limited availability of healthy food, and extreme fatigue all contribute to truck drivers’ propensity for poor health.
EBE will be on the road in 2018 and attending a conference near you! We love meeting people in the transportation industry and sharing new ideas.
Listening to your drivers’ experiences and opinions is essential for creating an inclusive work environment that will improve driver retention. How can you make it easier to learn what your drivers are thinking? Read on for some ideas and solutions that will help you gather information from drivers that can benefit your organization.
One of the most frequent truck driver complaints about companies is that their recruiters can’t be trusted. Company recruiters are often painted with this broad brush, which disregards the truly dedicated professionals who are earnestly looking for the best drivers for their company.