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Trux, a heavy construction logistics company, has launched its new SaaS to provide a flexible and reliable logistics solution for construction companies. Now, using real-time data and analytics, Trux can help customers manage their business efficiently and find additional trucking options via its offering
Heavy construction logistics platform Trux, which builds tech solutions for construction companies, has unveiled its new subscription-based SaaS offering to provide a more flexible and reliable logistics solution in the construction industry.
Bart Ronan, CEO of Trux, in the company’s statement to the press, explained that the easy-to-use SaaS platform has been updated with features to efficiently take into account the way workers operate in the field, in the office, and behind the wheel. With the platform’s help, Trux aims to help its customers working in silos by helping their workers stay connected while handling their respective operations, thereby adding accountability and visibility into the workflow.
With the launch, Trux claims that it joins the first set of companies that provide a complete SaaS offering for drivers and fleet managers at every stage of their trucking operations. Trux opined that the move puts them on the track to emerge as the technology leader in the market, thereby bringing the construction industry that otherwise has been left behind in digital transformation into the 21st century.
Trux’s new technology will streamline planning, scheduling, driver communication, and back-office processes and give users the control, visibility, and efficiency for faster dispatching. With real-time data and analytics, Trux can help customers manage their business efficiently and find additional trucking options via its full suite of product offerings, each of which increases efficiency, visibility, cuts down the cost, and improves relationship management between material producers, construction companies and the haulers they use.
This is a huge milestone for us. With this product launch and rebranding effort, we wanted to connect more with our users and create a brand that felt inclusive for all the types of customers we serve today and allows us to expand in the futureBart Ronan, CEO of Trux