ROMULUS, Mich. — Motorcity Systems has released a new cloud-based mobile app that aims to increase driver engagement and operational efficiency for fleets.
Dubbed “ROLLER,” Motorcity officials say the app connects with fleets’ existing systems and is built with a modular design so carriers can customize their usage to the features they need to deliver integrated workflows.
“Our new ROLLER app gives us the ability to offer customers a mobile solution that is highly complementary to and integrated with the Motorcity Systems platform,” Bob Stemple, president and co-founder of Motorcity, said. “This platform approach gives fleets and their drivers instant messaging and document scanning, along with other essential and extended mobile workflow options, as a natively built option within the Motorcity technology and integration platform.”
ROLLER is compatible with both iOS and Android devices and can be customized to meet specific business needs. As a fully integrated app, ROLLER works with Motorcity’s RELAY driver-to-dispatch messaging platform to:
- Accelerate cash flow by getting proof-of-delivery receipts and other trip documents to the office for instant review. If any documents need to be rescanned, drivers can receive instant feedback.
- Enhance the driver experience by simplifying and unifying workflows. Drivers receive accurate, up-to-date information and clear tasks through real-time integration with fleet telematics and transportation management systems.
Both products connect with existing fleet systems via the cloud-based TORQUE integration platform from Motorcity Systems.
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