New mobile applications helped Pegasus TransTech set records in 2013

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Updated Dec 20, 2013

Pegasus TransTech announced new customer signups set a record in 2013 for the seventh year in a row.

Transflo scanning services continue to grow in popularity with fleets that demand instant access to proof of delivery documents. Ceva Ground, Ward Trucking, DM Bowman, Rosedale Transport, Ltd., Papineau International, and John Greene Logistics Co, are a few of the new customers that began using the services for fast electronic document delivery.

Fleets signing up in 2013 for Transflo document management systems included Roadrunner Transportation Systems, United World Cargo and C-Cross Transport, among others.

Dozens of freight brokers and factoring companies implemented the Transflo Velocity system in 2013 including TTS, KLLM Logistics, U.S. Xpress Logistics and Match Factors, Inc. Over 14,000 carriers use Transflo Velocity to submit invoices and proof of delivery documents to brokers to speed cash flow.

In other news this year, Pegasus TransTech named Frank Adelman as the new president and CEO when the former CEO Bob Helms retired in October.  Frank joined Pegasus TransTech in 2004 and has led the company’s efforts to increase market share and drive revenue growth.

“Pegasus TransTech is proud to be a respected, trusted partner of thousands of trucking companies, freight brokers and factoring companies,” said Adelman.  “We had a significant number of successes during 2013. We believe this momentum will continue in 2014 and beyond with the aggressive growth strategy we have in place.”

In July of 2013, Pegasus TransTech introduced Transflo Load Track, an easy to use GPS tracking system for smartphones that provides in-transit visibility and instant access to high-quality proof of delivery documents. Transflo Load Track has proven to be the fastest growing product Pegasus TransTech has ever introduced with more than 100 accounts signed up in the first few months since the product was introduced.

Pegasus TransTech also introduced multi-language kiosks as part of its Transflo Express truck stop scanning and upgraded the quality and performance of its products including Transflo Now, Transflo Mobile and Transflo.

During 2013, the Transflo Express truck stop scanning network expanded by 90 locations to a total of 941 locations across the United States and Canada. Transflo Express is available at all Pilot, Flying J, and Love’s truck stops.

Among the products with the fastest growth rate is Transflo Mobile, which enables a driver or carrier to send documents using only an iPhone or Android smart phone.  Adoption of this technology increased dramatically in 2013, the company says; the number of driver and carrier downloads is approaching 100,000.