Omnitracs is gearing up for the Sylectus User Conference in St. Augustine next week, and we look forward to seeing you! We invite you to visit our booth for an end-to-end demo of the Mobile Computing Platform 50 (MCP50), including our fault monitoring, vehicle inspection reporting, navigation, and hours of service applications.
Here at Omnitracs, we’re gearing up for the winter/spring tradeshow and event season. We invite you to visit us at these upcoming industry conferences and learn how fleets of all sizes can utilize our fleet management solutions to help improve safety, compliance, driver retention, productivity, and fuel management, while reducing costs. Below is the list of winter/spring 2014 events where you can find us...
As you may know, Omnitracs recently reached an exciting milestone, our 25th anniversary of transportation industry leadership. We invite you to take a look at a short video that showcases highlights of our history, as well as a sampling of the marvelous employees and customers that make Omnitracs so successful.
The team at Omnitracs has always known our Mobile Computing Platform 50 (MCP50) is an industry-leading, safety-focused, cost-effective mobile fleet management system that helps customers monitor and manage fleet safety and regulatory compliance. However, it’s always an honor to receive industry validation in the form of an award or accolade. It’s in this spirit that Omnitracs is proud to announce that our MCP50 has been awarded a Bronze Stevie Award for “Best New Product or Service,” in the transportation category, at the 11th annual American Business Awards.
If you’re a Southern California resident, you might have noticed a good-looking truck driving around with Omnitracs and Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) graphics on the cabs and trailers. Don’t fret if you aren’t in the area, you can check out images below. And believe it or not, this truck is more than just a pretty face! The Omnitracs’ technology truck is used by our engineers to test new products in development, duplicate and diagnose bugs that are reported from the field, provide new feature validation and enable real-time field testing.