ERoad, a provider of fleet management, electronic tax reporting, and ELD compliance products, added several new members to its management team as it reported annual sales growth of 191% in North America for the year ending March 31.
“The ELD mandate deadline drove strong sales for us,” said Norm Ellis, president of ERoad North America. “But more importantly, as we look forward, it attracted many competitors to the transportation tech market with products that simply don’t work or meet the needs of the transportation industry. ERoad continues to make the investments needed to build on our track record of innovation and deliver an excellent experience for our customers still digesting the use of ELD technology.”
In the past several months, ERoad has continued to add hours of service rulesets and exemptions, including short haul, adverse driving, personal conveyance, agriculture and others. The company says it also delivered to customers a superior method to handle unidentified trips to make compliance easier. And ERoad features an integrated digital vehicle inspection report (DVIR), called ERoad Inspect, in its ELD solution.
Joining the company as vice president, finance, is Sharon Babkes, who brings 18 years of experience in the accounting and finance departments from The Walt Disney Company, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Princess Cruise Lines, and at a private financial services company.
Yasi Alemzadeh, the new vice president, operations, joins ERoad from AMCS Group, a cloud-based ERP solution for waste and recycling markets, and has more than 18 years of leadership experience in account management, operations, and customer success.
Keith Halasy, brought on to lead marketing for ERoad in North America, brings 20 years of experience to the company, with 12 years in fleet telematics through roles at Telenav Enterprise, Fleetcor, and Azuga.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online