Rand McNally integrates document management with Pegasus TransTech’s Transflo solution

SAN DIEGO.  Rand McNally announced that it is integrating its mobile fleet management devices with Pegasus TransTech’s Transflo document management system. The announcement was made this morning at the 2014 ATA Management Conference Exhibition

The new solution enables fleets and drivers to communicate and manage workflow driven by documents quickly and easily, resulting in improved cash flow and document management.

Initially available as part of the TPC 7600 with an in-cab scanning option, Transflo will soon be an option  on the full line of Rand McNally mobile fleet management devices – including the TND 760 and HD 100.

“The addition of Transflo capabilities helps our fleet customers better manage document flow, increase accuracy, and process billing more quickly,” said Jim Rodi, senior vice president, Mobile Communications Group, Rand McNally. “Invoicing customers quickly and accurately results in improved cash flow and ROI.”

According to Rand McNally, a scan from its system flows seamlessly into the Transflo software. The software allows for efficient processing, storage and quick retrieval of critical business documents such as proof of delivery, bills of lading, packing lists, receipts, employment applications, accident reports and much more. Receipts for scanned information can be set to trigger additional actions on the part of dispatch, billing, and operations. Additionally, any document can be accessed by multiple areas of the company for reference or action.

“This is an important integration for us with a mobile fleet management solution, and who better to integrate with than an industry veteran like Rand McNally,” said Frank Adelman, president of Pegasus TransTech. “The integration allows our joint customers to capitalize on the technology investment they’ve already made with Rand McNally.”

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