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Omnitracs, Trimble to integrate solutions for joint customers

Aug. 25, 2020
The latest TMS integration aims to provide fleets with an enhanced driver workflow and user experience.

Omnitracs and Trimble have integrated their transportation platforms, Trimble’s TMW.Suite transportation management system (TMS) and the Omnitracs One platform, to provide joint customers with access to several new enhancements and features, enabling more efficient workflows and greater ROI.

Trimble TMW.Suite customers will now be able access the benefits of Omnitracs One within their current suite, using these shared insights and new features to enhance their planning and daily operations. In addition, the integration enables Omnitracs One users to utilize TMW.Suite to reduce empty miles, minimize dispatch errors and enhance driver communication.

“The transportation industry is facing significant pressure to modernize their operations and meet new customer demands,” said Paul Nagy, chief product officer for Omnitracs. “As solution providers, we must work together to help our customers meet those needs. By collaborating with Trimble, Omnitracs is helping our customers advance their fleet management operations, discover new business-driven insights and deliver excellent service.”

Additional benefits of the integration include:

  • Streamlined data-access across both platforms, improving driver performance and creating new business intelligence opportunities for customers
  • More efficient routing, leading to enhanced customer service as well as saving cost and time
  • Intuitive user interface and workflow, strengthening fleet communication and maximizing efficiency

TMW.Suite customers will have access to a broad set of Omnitracs One applications, including Omnitracs Drive. TMW.Suite customers utilizing Omnitracs Drive will receive a contextual-based workflow and user interface, designed to enhance the driver experience.

“Our customers are operating in an increasingly connected supply chain and we are committed to supporting them and their wide range of technology platforms,” said Brad Young, director of alliance partners for Trimble Transportation. “This integration is part of that commitment, enabling our shared customers to access valuable data that drives increased efficiencies and improved decision making across their fleet.”

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