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HighJump, KeepTruckin combine forces

HighJump announces a new integration between Prophesy Dispatch TMS and KeepTruckin, the electronic logs and fleet management platform for the trucking industry. By joining forces, HighJump and KeepTruckin enable truckload carriers to comply with the latest Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) electronic logging device (ELD) rule while streamlining operations.

By December 2017, the FMCSA is requiring the trucking industry to implement ELDs for accurate hours of service (HOS) tracking.

The combination of the KeepTruckin ELD solution and Prophesy Dispatch provides an affordable and simple means for small-to-mid-size trucking companies to not only comply with the ELD mandate, but also improve operational efficiency. HOS data from the KeepTruckin ELD system is seamlessly imported into Prophesy Dispatch. As a result, dispatchers have full HOS visibility and reporting capabilities via the Prophesy Dispatch user interface to ensure compliance and streamline their workflow.

The integration also enables robust eLog capabilities that increase efficiency and enhance customer service for truckload carriers. Using the HOS and vehicle location data from KeepTruckin, Prophesy Dispatch fully automates the creation of check calls and ETA calculations, along with mileage imports for IFTA fuel tax reporting. Additionally, dispatchers receive notifications if a load is running late, allowing them to manage customer expectations and plan accordingly.

Integrated with QuickBooks, Prophesy Dispatch is a comprehensive solution that aligns dispatch and accounting departments while handling all freight brokering needs.

The KeepTruckin integration is available to all current Prophesy Dispatch customers. To become a customer, contact [email protected] or 800-776-6706.

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