Truckstop scanning service

DriverNet. com has announced that its ScanNet document-scanning service is now available for use 24 hours a day at more than 150 truckstops. The company says it will have its scanners set up at 400 locations across North America before the end of the year.ScanNet machines, housed in DriverNet.com computer kiosks, enable drivers to quickly scan documents, review the resulting electronic images on a

DriverNet. com has announced that its ScanNet document-scanning service is now available for use 24 hours a day at more than 150 truckstops. The company says it will have its scanners set up at 400 locations across North America before the end of the year.

ScanNet machines, housed in DriverNet.com computer kiosks, enable drivers to quickly scan documents, review the resulting electronic images on a screen, and send them to their company's computer network. As they complete each scan, drivers receive a copy of the scanned document with a printed confirmation of the scan.

The data arrives in the fleet computer as electronic "tif" files, instead of as packages of paper. According to DriverNet.com, the electronic images will integratedirectly into back-office imaging systems fleets may have.

"As a result, carriers can improve their receivable collection times and also pay drivers faster, which is a significant lift for driver retention," says Gary Klusman, vp-operations.

Truck dealers can post an unlimited number of trucks and trailers for $249/mo. at TruckTraderOnline (www.trucktraderonline.com). Each listing, which can be edited and updated at any time, can include a full spec sheet and up to six color pictures, as well as a dealer logo.

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