TivaCloud, a Houston-based company launched this year, is offering its cloud-based compliance system designed to help motor carriers avoid U.S. Dept. of Transportation (DOT) fines on a no-contract, "pay for what you use" basis it says can be affordable even for the smallest fleets.
“Technology is transforming the trucking industry, but we've come across many motor carriers who are still pushing papers for their compliance and operation management system," states TivaCloud President Jeffrey Stilwell. He adds that the TivaCloud system "can significantly reduce fines and lost revenue" for both large and small motor carriers.
TivaCloud is designed to offer an affordable option "for even small independent fleets," according to the company, which also cites data from the American Trucking Assns. that such small fleets make up 90 percent of all trucking. The TivaCloud system incorporates a "pay for what you use" structure where customers pay on a monthly basis with no contracts and can cancel at any time.
DOT Insights, a reporting tool included in TivaCloud, breaks out a motor carrier's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration BASICs scores including violations, accidents, clean inspections and trending analysis. Users can generate Virtual BASIC reports designed to provide "a deeper insight into key compliance areas that might otherwise be overlooked," according to TivaCloud.
Sysco Corp. was among the first customers to integrate TivaCloud into its DOT compliance program. "TivaCloud has provided the perfect platform to address our constantly evolving compliance challenges," states Jerod Estapa, FMCSA compliance manager at Sysco.
For more information, visit http://tivacloud.com.