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Transportation Industry White Papers and eBooks
Imaging & Workflow
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Content Management
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming business, including content management. Transportation companies can benefit from AI-supported workflow solutions to electronically manage the influx of documents and data they generate. This white paper will examine the popularity of AI-based systems and the costs of using traditional applications.
A strategy that benefits the driver, customer, and the carrier
The adoption of mobile capture management applications is proliferating across all segments of the transportation industry.
Retention Begins When the Driver Applies
Historically, driver retention has been a challenge with no clear solution. Today, a retiring workforce with little backfill by the younger generation contributes to the driver shortage. In this white paper, we’ll explore how the struggle between the job and the desires of the workforce are in conflict, and what carriers can do to be in alignment.
Learning Management System
Improve Onboarding, Retention, Safety, and Your Bottom Line
Creating a positive first impression with drivers is key to retention, but traditional orientation and onboarding methods aren’t working, so what can carriers do? A Learning Management System (LMS), along with a paperless environment for orientation and onboarding, is a refreshing alternative to outdated processes.
Safety & Risk
The Cornerstone of Your Company Culture
Operating a safe fleet can’t be the sole responsibility of the safety department. It should be viewed as a core principle from all areas of the company, including executive leadership, finance, operations, recruiting, and maintenance. In this white paper we’ll explore historical trends, current processes, best practices, and the use of technology to support a safety-based culture.