GreenRoad releases next-gen mobile app

GreenRoad Mobile announced the next generation release of its mobile solution. GreenRoad said it is equipping organizations with a mobile solution that addresses real-time driver behavior and coaching, vehicle tracking, vehicle maintenance, hours of service and fuel usage optimization.

According to the company:

  • The solution enhances any fleet or mobile workforce’s capability to mitigate risky driver behavior by setting organizational standards and controls for any and all drivers.
  • Stakeholders (e.g., safety & fleet managers, risk & operations management, c-suite, and finance teams) can access and collaborate through the platform and have total visibility into the performance of both their drivers and their fleets.
  • The solution will enable any organization to identify safety, operational and fiscal improvement opportunities (e.g., driver hot spots, driver safety scorecards, fuel management, vehicle health and hours of service).

“With the launch of the next generation of GreenRoad’s Mobile application, GreenRoad has an opportunity to make an impact on fleet operations worldwide with our driver behavior-focused solution. After listening to our customers and performing extensive market research, GreenRoad is confident our mobile platform will enable fleet and safety managers to proactively mitigate risks throughout their mobile workforce and fleet operations,” says Zeev Braude, chief executive officer.

As part of the new launch, GreenRoad said it will kick off a quarterly webinar series on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015, where it will be discussing global fleet safety trends and benchmarks, overall industry trends and analysis and additional information about the next generation of GreenRoad Mobile applications. Experts will share how organizations can learn to identify driver and fleet behavior that may present a potential risk to their organizations. Registration is open for the free webinar.

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