hni forum on ELD Strategy

We were fortunate enough to be a part of hni’s open forum on Building Your ELD Strategy this week. Over 70 transportation owners, safety directors, and risk managers attended. With the ELD mandate by the FMCSA becoming law, it is a stressful time for most transportation companies that have not moved forward with an ELD strategy. With so many options and a bunch of misinformation out there, it doesn’t make this process any easier for companies to decide which ELD provider to choose. The theme that resonated with the audience was 1) working with an open-architecture platform that allows flexibility and growth & 2) collaborating with your solution provider. Instead of fearing the transition to electronic logging devices, this presents an opportunity to embrace technology and drive better business decisions throughout your company. Most transportation companies use multiple platforms & systems to manage their fleet, from their back end system, to GPS tracking, to Report Analytics, to IFTA reporting, and more. The decision on ELD should be embraced as an opportunity to CONSOLIDATE to a single-platform. By choosing an open-architecture platform, this allows the opportunity to have ONE portal, ONE sign-on, to manage all of this functionality for your company.

Our Company, M2M In Motion, is a Single-Source Provider for Fleets and the Transportation Industry. We have a cloud-based, open architecture platform to help your business manage GPS Track & Trace, Driver Behavior Scorecards, ELD, Onboard Video, Route Optimization, IFTA, Customized Integrations, and more. We are a local, stable provider with more than 10,000 connected devices on the road. But most importantly, our organization is founded by people that WORK in the transportation industry. We know this is a big decision for you and your company, but the bigger decision is choosing the right partner. Give us the opportunity and we won’t let you down…

We want to thank John at hni again for allowing us to be a part of the ELD forum and speak with his customers. We look forward to many more forums like this. And I encourage everyone that reads this to reach out to us with your questions – whether you work with us or not, we are here to help.

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