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  • Trucking And The Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate
    In 2012, Congress enacted the “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” bill, aka MAP-21. The bill required the FMCSA to develop a rule mandating the use of electronic logging devices (ELDs). Trucking companies had until December 2017 to implement certified ELDs to record HOS. Fleets that were already ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2018-02-07
  • What Is The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)?
    When truckers buy fuel they pay a fuel tax at the pump. Because trucking companies send trucks across multiple jurisdictions, each state wants its piece of the tax. But what is IFTA exactly, and what do trucking companies need to do to be in compliance? Remember that by utilizing Roadvision ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2018-01-24
  • Roadvision’s 2018 Technology Outlook
    As we put 2017 in the rear view and rev into 2018, all of us at Roadvision want to thank our amazing customers for being a part of our family. While the trucking industry will continue to face various challenges (driver shortages and the enforcement of the ELD mandate to ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2018-01-09
  • Blockchain Technology And Trucking
    Transportation Tech talk is buzzing about “blockchain” right now. In the past year other technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, drones and autonomous trucks have consumed the chattersphere. However, no technology has the potential to disrupt the transportation industry quite like blockchain. So, what exactly is ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-11-14
  • EDI Keeps Trucking Along
    According to Wikipedia Electronic data interchange (EDI) “is the concept of businesses communicating electronically certain information that was traditionally communicated on paper. The two classic examples of such information are purchase orders and invoices. Standards for EDI exist to facilitate parties transacting such instruments without having to make special arrangements.” Brief ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-10-13
  • Trucking, Software and Sales
    Below is a typical call between a carrier’s Customer Service Department and a Sales Rep., usually minutes before the rep heads to a customer visit. Customer Service Rep. Clark: “Hello Top Gun Trucking, this is Clark.”  Sales Rep Sally: “Hey Clark, this is Sally in sales. I need to ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-09-06
  • Running with Roadvision – The Delivery
    Part 3 in our "Running With Roadvision" series documents the delivery. See below how Roadvision technologies and solutions can efficiently enhance the flow of data throughout the delivery process.      ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-08-22
  • Trucking’s #1 Most Influential Department
    Before we discuss customer service and sales let’s highlight 5 impressive statistics related to customer service: 89% of consumers have stopped doing business with a company after experiencing poor customer service. (RightNow Customer Experience Impact Report) 42% of service agents are unable to efficiently resolve customer issues due to disconnected ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-07-25
  • The Two Technology Terms Every Carrier Should Know
    With so many new forms of technology being discussed in the trucking and logistics industry, it can be tough to figure out which are truly relevant to your operation. To help, here are two technology terms every carrier needs to understand, because they will play an important role in the ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-07-10
  • Running with Roadvision – The Freight Bill
    Part 2 of our info-graphic series, Running With Roadvision, follows the freight bill. Learn how our LTL trucking software can optimize your billing process.  ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-06-27
  • 5 Things to Consider Before Implementing Document Imaging Technology
    With all of the innovative technologies available today, many companies have gone completely paperless. For some trucking companies this transition might seem like an impossible concept, which is understandable. Traditional paperwork is as valuable as the freight being moved, but new affordable technologies make the paperless prospect more achievable than ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-06-19
  • Running with Roadvision – The Pickup
    Introducing our info-graphic series, Running With Roadvision. Visually follow how Roadvision trucking software can revolutionize your operation. We begin with the pickup.  ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-06-02
  • Carriers, Does Your TMS Offer Freight Billing Intelligence?
    "While fleets use less and less paper, the information — the data — that used to be on a piece of paper still needs to be captured, stored, and applied to everyday business functions, from the truck to the back office, shop ... and management. As paper use has dropped, ... Read More
    Source: Roadvision BlogPublished on 2017-05-10