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Trucker Tools Named a FreightTech 100 Company by FreightWaves

Trucker Tools Named a FreightTech 100 Company by FreightWaves

We’re happy to report that Trucker Tools has received a FreightWaves 2020 FreightTech 100 Award for the second consecutive year! The FreightTech 100 Awards recognize the most innovative, impactful and disruptive leaders in the freight industry. Trucker Tools is proud to be recognized again on this year’s list. FreightWaves received more than 1,200 nominations for this year’s FreightTech 100 Awards, encompassing a…

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Q&A with Trucker Tools’ CEO Prasad Gollapalli: Greater Visibility Compliance, Carrier Adoption, ELDs, and the Role Technology Plays in Growing Your Brokerage

In our recent FreightWaves webinar on how visibility is non-negotiable for brokers, several of the webinar’s attendees posed some thoughtful questions to Trucker Tools’ CEO Prasad Gollapalli about Trucker Tools’ visibility solution and the freight market. We loved the insightful questions from the audience, so we’re sharing those here with Prasad’s responses. Read on to learn more about how Trucker…

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Brokers: Reduce Variable Cost of Covering Loads to Near Zero with Trucker Tools’ Book-It-Now

Time is everything in the transportation business. If you can reduce the time that you spend finding and securing capacity, you can reduce your brokerage’s cost per load, increase overall load volume and ultimately increase profitability for your business. Read on to learn how Trucker Tools’ Book-It-Now can help you reduce the variable cost of covering a load to practically…

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Brokers: The Future You Want Is Already Here

The level of competition in the freight brokerage market is off the charts right now. To remain competitive as a freight broker, you have to meet your shipper’s needs, foster good relationships with carriers and keep your operation running efficiently. One of the greatest challenges you face when trying to meet these goals is the fragmented nature of the current…

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Trucker Tools’ Affordable Visibility Solution: Raising Visibility Compliance, Reducing Check Calls and Lowering Costs for Brokers

If you’re a broker, freight visibility is something that you spend a lot of time working on and thinking about, and with good reason. Major shippers require 80 to 90 percent visibility compliance for their loads. If you don’t deliver that level of visibility, you risk losing the shipper’s business. (No pressure!) You probably feel stuck using single-function freight tracking…

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Trucker Tools’ Book-It-Now: A Game-Changer for Brokers and Carriers

Every once in a while, a technology comes along that is truly transformative. That’s how we at Trucker Tools view Book-It-Now, a powerful tool included in our Smart Capacity carrier relationship and capacity management platform. Over the past few years, we’ve been talking with brokers and carriers about Book-It-Now at public forums, trade shows and our customer advisory board meetings.…

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Integration Partner Highlight: Rand McNally

Integration Partner Highlight: Rand McNally

Trucker Tools’ integration partner, Rand McNally, was founded in 1856 in Chicago as a print shop that specialized in printing railroad guides. The company evolved over the years to become one of the most recognizable transportation and map publishing names in the United States. Today, Rand McNally specializes in maps, navigation, road travel and trip planning for the trucking industry…

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When Consistent, Reliable Load Tracking Is Non-Negotiable:  How to Win  Core Carrier Status

When Consistent, Reliable Load Tracking Is Non-Negotiable: How to Win Core Carrier Status

High reliability, real-time, accurate visibility compliance, and precision on-time pickups and deliveries are critical. It becomes table stakes in today’s high-velocity, e-commerce driven supply chains.  What’s the solution? It starts and ends with the truck driver. The challenge of visibility – and how to accomplish it consistently, reliably and accurately — has been around since the first truck picked up…

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