Omnitracs has released Roadnet Anywhere v3.8, the latest iteration of its vehicle routing, tracking, mobile workforce, telematics and fleet management platform

The updated software features improved performance tracking with the Insight data visualization application and more advanced capabilities to analyze service patterns.

“In the past, fleets were forced to analyze multiple data points across various disparate systems, making it difficult to conduct cross-metric analysis  across such things as driver safety, miles driven and customer commitments met,” said Kevin Haugh, general manager of Omnitracs Roadnet Technologies. “By rolling out the newest update to the Roadnet Anywhere platform, Omnitracs is reinforcing its commitment to its comprehensive, cloud-based platform.”

Updated capabilities include:

  • Service Pattern Analyzer – This feature evaluates planned and actual deliveries and automates the information needed to create strategic plans. The tool streamlines the process of collecting and comparing data from several systems to save fleets time and potentially reduce labor costs.
  • Insight – Insight now allows a user to more easily define metric oriented rules and create and view multiple measures as a form of data visualization. This allows Insight to deliver more targeted and advanced forms of information to the users. Coupled with click-and-drill capability, fleets can better evaluate things like operational units, routes, workers, equipment, and delivery locations.  Metrics available through Insight span the complete range of information offered by Omnitracs including Roadnet routing, dispatching, proof of delivery and telematics products.

“By continuing to update the Roadnet Anywhere SaaS platform, we’re able to provide customers with actionable control and insights in real time,” said Cyndi Brandt, senior director of product marketing and alliances for Omnitracs Roadnet. “With these enhancements, Omnitracs is empowering fleets to operate more efficiently without compromising service or profits.”