VisTracks, Inc., a provider of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)-certified hours of service (HOS) and driver-vehicle inspection report (DVIR) applications, has announced the signing of its 35th reseller of its certified product. In addition, VisTracks has announced its first webinar for those interested in offering its white-labelled solution to their customers.
The webinar can be accessed by registering via the URL: attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/897625180694629633
VisTracks Hours of Service product set consists of the reseller-branded VisTracks’ Department of Transportation (DOT)-compliant and certified tablet app and portal, together with a tablet or smartphone in the vehicle, along with a certified hardware device attached to the engine that transmits data via Bluetooth, WiFi Direct, WiFi or a wired serial interface to the tablet. This solution will enable drivers to keep electronic logs of their driving status, be warned of impending violations, provide for pre- and post-trip vehicle inspection, and follow additional state and federal rules as well as Canadian rules.
Key features of VisTracks Hours of Service include:
- All 318 FMCSA tests passed together with all supported hardware
- Reseller-branded app, portal and collateral available
- Ease of reseller certification under their own name on FMCSA website
- Easy to use, geared to non-technical drivers
- Full featured app with several unique features for HOS, DVIR and IFTA
- Synchronized portal for near-real-time back office management
- Numerous application programming interfaces (APIs) for customization and integration with fleet software applications
- Android support with iOS due soon
“We are pleased to have added our 35th reseller in addition to over 25 prospective resellers,” says Abraham Levine, VisTracks’ Chief Operating Officer. “The quantity of signed and prospective resellers is a testament to the quality of our product, the quality of our resellers themselves and the quality of support VisTracks provides to ensure their success.”