ATA adds Compli solution to its featured line

The American Trucking Assns. (ATA) has added Compli's Enterprise Edition - Trucking, an HR and compliance-management solution, to its line of ATA Business Solutions of featured products for the trucking industry

The American Trucking Assns. (ATA) has added Compli's Enterprise Edition - Trucking, an HR and compliance-management solution, to its line of ATA Business Solutions of featured products for the trucking industry.

“Carriers now have the opportunity to identify the compliance requirements of every driver, deliver required trainings, policies and related documents, monitor progress and document completion, all through a single web-based application,” said Nick Goodell, gm, trucking & transportation for Compli. “Compli’s flexible platform enables carriers to respond to the ever-changing regulatory environment, efficiently and consistently.”

“Safety scores tie into HR, training, company policy and particularly the documentation of actions consistently taken,” pointed out Warren Hoemann, ATA senior vp of industry affairs. “That’s the Compli strength—tying it all together.”

Compli’s Enterprise Edition -Trucking is designed to help automate important business processes, including driver recruitment, training, CSA violation management, driver qualification file management and employee turnover analytics. The comprehensive product also provides carriers with an automated solution to manage HR and compliance requirements for all employees from recruitment through termination.

In addition, Enterprise Edition -Trucking automates workflow resulting from inspection violations and other HR and compliance-related processes. The company noted that an electronic audit trail of all activities ensures that disciplinary actions, training, re-training and other performance management activities are completed and documented. Executive dashboards provide management with a real time, company-wide view of all compliance related activities.

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