Sunday, October 22, 2017

Foley compliance company partners with KeepTruckin to bring ELD, IFTA solutions


Tuesday, September 19, 2017
by THE TRUCKER NEWS SERVICES

Combining KeepTruckin’s technology with Foley’s deep compliance expertise allows fleets to greatly simplify their operations and give them a competitive advantage in the field, the companies said in a news release.
Combining KeepTruckin’s technology with Foley’s deep compliance expertise allows fleets to greatly simplify their operations and give them a competitive advantage in the field, the companies said in a news release.

SAN FRANCISCO — Foley, an industry provider of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration compliance, has partnered with KeepTruckin, an electronic logging device provider, so that fleets of all sizes will now be able to implement a simple and affordable ELD and IFTA fuel tax reporting solution ahead of the mandate.

“This partnership brings together the key competencies of two industry leaders in transportation compliance,” Foley CEO Joel Sitak said. “With our compliance expertise and their technology, we’re able to provide our customers with some of the most robust, affordable and easy-to-use programs on the market today.”

“Our partnership makes life easier for the owner operators and small fleets who work tirelessly to keep America moving,” says KeepTruckin CEO Shoaib Makani.

Foley has over two decades of experience working with fleets to help them employ and manage the compliance programs they need to operate legally — including FMCSA-compliant drug and alcohol testing, driver file and hours of service programs, Sitak said, adding that as federal compliance experts, Foley stays on the cutting edge of new regulatory changes to ensure their clients are well prepared for the road ahead.

The FMCSA-certified KeepTruckin platform is the easiest way to achieve ELD mandate compliance, Makani said.

To date, over 65,000 carriers have chosen KeepTruckin and Foley for their ELD mandate and compliance needs.

Combining KeepTruckin’s technology with Foley’s deep compliance expertise allows fleets to greatly simplify their operations and give them a competitive advantage in the field, the companies said in a news release.

For example, fleets can now easily send electronic GPS logs to Foley, who will use them to prepare IFTA reports on the fleet’s behalf. This fully-automated process takes the headaches out of quarterly reporting, allowing fleets to focus on what matters most: driving.

In addition to Hours of Service and IFTA compliance, this partnership provides Foley customers with simplified vehicle inspection reporting and truck usage information such as idle time, vehicle diagnostics and driver safety scorecards, Sitak said.   

 

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