ALK Technologies, a provider of geologistical and navigation software, and TMW Systems, a provider of transportation management solutions, announced that PC Miler 26 now is tested and approved for use with multiple TMW Systems products, including IDSC ExpertFuel, IDSC TripAlert and IDSC MatchAdvice, Appian DirectRoute, Innovative IES, Access and Access Plus, TMWSuite and TruckMate. In addition, PC Miler|Tolls 26 also has been tested and approved for use with TMWSuite, IDSC ExpertFuel, IDSC TripAlert and IDSC MatchAdvice.
PC Miler 26 also can be delivered as a hosted solutions offering through TMW Cloud Services when used with any of the TMW products. TMW Cloud Services offers enterprise-class application hosting for TMW customers that the company said can reduce IT risk and infrastructure investments, ensure system scalability and streamline technology deployments.
Additionally, TMW has begun the integration of RouteSync, a new capability of PC Miler 26 designed to link the planned route in the back office and the navigated route in the cab, delivering guidance to drive the miles that are being paid. With RouteSync, dispatchers can send PC Miler optimized routes directly to drivers running CoPilot Truck on an onboard device, smartphone or tablet.
“Many critical carrier, 3PL and shipper operations depend upon PC Miler and trusted data from ALK Technologies,” said Jennifer McQuiston, director, partner management, TMW Systems. “With the expansion of TMW’s transportation management software capabilities, the importance of supporting standards such as PC Miler has only increased for us.”
“The continued support of PC Miler 26 by so many product lines from TMW Systems highlights our mutual commitment to ensuring customers can manage their operations based on the most accurate truck routing and mapping,” said Michael Kornhauser, senior vice president of enterprise solutions, ALK Technologies. “ALK is excited that TMW is already integrating RouteSync. This will certainly provide operational consistency and improve profitability for fleets of all sizes.”
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