J.J. Keller offers FleetMentor preview

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J.J. Keller & Associates recently provided attendees at the American Trucking Associations Management Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Fla., a preview of its new online fleet management solution, FleetMentor. Attendees also were invited to register to participate in the large-scale beta test scheduled to launch in January 2008.

FleetMentor is designed to provide transportation professionals with more than 60 interactive tools to more effectively manage three areas of fleet management: operations, personnel and safety. J.J. Keller says FleetMentor is the only service available that provides the tools and resources to manage all three areas of a transport operation:

  • The Operations area provides fleet managers with tools to make better business decisions. Tools in this area range from identifying fixed and variable costs to determine optimal bill rates, tracking accident claims and managing insurance policies;
  • The Personnel area provides features to aid in the management of drivers and other operations personnel with tools for creating competitive salary and pay packages, improving driver retention, and managing Department of Transportation-required drug and alcohol testing processes; and
  • The Safety area provides help with Occupational Safety and Health Administration and DOT recordkeeping requirements, compliance audits and hazardous materials management.
  • “FleetMentor provides fleet managers with techniques and advice for being more successful managers, for gaining better control over their operations, and for accomplishing more on a daily basis,” says Rustin Keller, corporate Internet products manager for Neenah, Wis.-based J.J. Keller. “The impact this solution will have on our customers’ operations will be invaluable.”

    Transportation professionals can register to participate in the beta test by visiting www.fleetmentor.com. Prior to the January launch, participants will receive weekly insider information on the tools and resources that will be part of the new service.