You may not know about LoadDocs, one of our newest clients. But if you’re writing stories about driver inspections, the electronic logging device or ELD mandate, invoicing and billing, or any back-office functions, we think introductions are in order.
As you may be aware, under the electronic logging device mandate, fleets are required to provide supporting documents to back up the device’s electronic data. LoadDocs can make that easier with an application that allows drivers to capture and transmit images of bills of lading, weight certificates, toll receipts, inspection reports and expense reports to their companies electronically. This application makes it possible for fleets to provide commercial vehicle inspectors and customers supporting documents upon demand within minutes.
The electronic documents the application captures and stores are also legible and don’t require viewers to turn their heads or screens sideways to read them on a desktop or laptop computer. When drivers make deliveries in places with limited or no cell coverage, LoadDocs can capture and store the images the drivers take, then automatically transmit them when they reach an area where there’s a stronger signal.
You can learn more from a news release we distributed on Thursday, May 10. It offers some additional details as does a backgrounder that we’ve also posted on the company’s TruckPR newsroom. Take a look and if you would like to schedule an interview to talk about managing paperwork and back-office functions, we would be happy to connect you.