Gorilla Safety, provider of a software system that automates all aspects of fleet and safety management, announced a white label version of its electronic logging device (ELD) application.
Gorilla Safety’s certified ELD solution was developed to directly address and meet the rules set forth by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) mandate, which takes effect in December 2017. With Gorilla Safety’s ELD, users can track hours of service, stay compliant with edits and automate all documents required for roadside inspections.
Gorilla says the new white label offering will allow companies to offer the solution under their own brand to their clients without undergoing the arduous development process.
With the white label product, Gorilla Safety is targeting companies that currently serve the transportation technology space as well as brokers, large fleets, owner-operator fleets and tech companies that have yet to develop an ELD product but wish to offer one.
Gorilla Safety’s ELD device works as a stand-alone solution or in sync with its mobile app to maintain logbook records and track and store driver hours of service inside the smartphone. The software is compatible with iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. It also features a web-based dashboard.
The FMCSA ruling requires drivers to maintain certain documents for each day of operation. Gorilla Safety has developed a way to manage this electronically thereby providing each driver the ease of maintaining his documents and delivering those in real-time to the terminal.
“The impending FMCSA rule has the industry — including many telematics providers — scrambling to find solutions for ensuring their ELD’s are compliant. We are offering a way for fleets, brokers, vendors and transportation companies to get ahead of the marketplace with our seamless and simple ELD solution, which is available right now,” explained Mark Walton, Gorilla Safety co-founder.