Contextual Mobile Device Management
Make no mistake: mobility is our reality. Mobile devices – smart phones, tablets, notebooks and the data and apps they support – are threaded into the fabric of nearly everything we do, from the moment we rise to check our first stream of morning news to the time we sign off and set our wake up alarm each evening.
The Cost of Distraction
Distracted driving is the fastest growing fleet management expense for businesses, and the stats are startling. Learn more about how you can protect your business.
The problem of distracted driving continues to worsen, fueling a growing global crisis and a public outcry for better solutions to prevent mobile device use behind the wheel.
In 2016, the Company deployed TRUCE across their workforce and Consolidated Insurance negotiated coverage with a new carrier. Since that time, the Company has had ZERO automobile claims.
Auto-Chlor implemented TRUCE to eliminate mobile device distractions, such as texting, consuming video content and casual web surfing by the service representatives while driving.
Estes Services chose to implement TRUCE across their entire fleet of company-owned vehicles and all employee mobile devices. With TRUCE the company could enforce its fleet safety policies and help it retain its commercial insurance.
Paper Transport, Inc.
TRUCE became a key component of the company’s technology migration. With the TRUCE Management Console, Paper Transport was able to define policy settings for mobile devices and enable only the navigation, hours of service and weigh station bypass functions while a vehicle was in motion.
ShoffnerKalthoff MES, Inc.
After testing and comparing multiple systems, including telematics solutions, the company selected TRUCE to eliminate distracted driving and help enforce their safety policies.
Study: The Total Economic Impact of TRUCE Software
TRUCE Software commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential ROI enterprises may realize by deploying TRUCE.
Distracted Driving – Employer Liability and a Risk Manager’s Worst Nightmare
Employers today are being held liable up to $25 million for distracted driving accidents, even when employees use hands-free devices