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                            June 20, 2024

                            Transflo Mobile+ Turns 10: The History of the Industry’s Most Powerful Driver App 

                            Depending on your perspective, 10 years – an entire decade – can be a really, really long time. In the tech space, however, entire industries are born and collapse in even less time. For apps and services to stand the test of time, they need to solve real problems in the marketplace, be laser-focused on the user, and constantly be innovating to stay competitive. With Transflo Mobile+ marking its 10-year anniversary in the supply chain mobile technology space, it’s safe to say the odds have been beaten.  Since its launch on June 20, 2014, Transflo Mobile+ has simplified the lives of millions of professional truck drivers by putting all their essential on-the-road tasks into a single, easy-to-use application. From document scanning and Hours of Service to navigation, load management, and more, Transflo Mobile+ has helped keep drivers safe by reducing app switching and keeping focus where it belongs: on the road.   With over 3.2 million downloads across the iOS and Android app stores, Transflo Mobile+ has proven to be a timesaving and profit-driving asset, both in and out of the cab, for thousands of carriers across North America. Mobile+ has been a driving contributor to annual Transflo averages of nearly 1 billion scanned documents, 65 million+ loads processed, and well over $100 billion in freight spend.  To celebrate 10 years of in-cab transportation innovation, let’s dive into the history of Transflo Mobile+, explore origins, major milestones, and where the app is going in its second decade.   Origins and launch  In 1991, Transflo entered the transportation technology space as Pegasus Imaging (later: Pegasus TransTech) with a focus on document management systems and truck stop document scanning solutions. While it would take another six years for the Transflo brand to be introduced, that delay was practically nothing for an industry chronically stuck on an endless supply of paper, manually processing every analog page and task.  Modern (and mobile) computing, full digitization, and advanced processing technology would come to most of the transportation industry later than other sectors of the economy. To help with that initial wave of supply chain modernization, Transflo Mobile was launched in 2011 as a scanning application, dedicated solely to capturing trip documents.  In 2014, after developing the app further and acquiring document shipping and scanning service TripPak, Transflo Mobile rebranded to Transflo Mobile+ to better reflect its burgeoning additional capabilities.  In 2014, after incremental app developments, and the acquisition of TripPak, Transflo Mobile finally earned its “+” badge. Transflo Mobile+ was born, and this new branding better reflected its growing capabilities and marketplace value as the everything app for truck drivers.  The first years   Between bill of ladings, proof of deliveries, invoices, and fuel and toll receipts – the trucking industry is so paper-dependent, it’s no wonder it was slow to adopt new technologies. With a critical focus on document scanning, Transflo Mobile+ carved out a clear path of innovation by solving a specific problem for drivers and carriers: document digitization.   Before the widespread adoption of smartphones, clunky and expensive in-cab computer systems were used for dispatch and communications with carriers. Transflo Mobile+ consolidated two-way communications, load workflows, and document scanning and processing all into a single app on a single device. This modernization of communication standards delivered dramatic efficiency gains to carriers and brokers. Drivers were able to spend less time processing paperwork and more time with their families.  “Communication is communication, whether it’s on a $3,000 in-cab computer, or whether it’s on a phone, and we knew it was inevitable that we were going to strip the utility out of the in-cab unit related to communication and put it on the phone,” said Frank Adelman, Transflo CEO and President from 2013 to 2022. “The economics just weren’t even close.” Transflo Mobile+ saw its first major update in October 2014, rolling out safety tools, enhanced communication features, and improved load management capabilities. By the time Mobile+ turned a year old, it had already reached version 1.5, boasting fully customizable workflows, improved messaging, and carrier-specific communications.  Milestones and integrations  In its early years (as it is today), Transflo Mobile+ was a powerful app that helped millions of drivers and carriers streamline and simplify day-to-day workflows, but it truly became a one-stop shop for professional truck drivers when it integrated essential telematics and other critical services used across the industry.  A crucial date in this process was Sept. 29, 2016, when Transflo entered the telematics market more than a year in advance of the electronic logging device (ELD) government mandate in December 2017. This telematics solution integrated directly inside Transflo Mobile+, meaning that drivers could easily log hours without switching apps or distracted driving.  With the new ELD hardware paired with Transflo Mobile+, fleet managers could gain insights on truck maintenance, driving behavior, location status, and more.    In March 2018, Transflo announced Mobile+ integration with Drivewyze, enabling drivers to bypass hundreds of weigh stations across North America and receive vital in-cab safety alerts. By this time, Mobile+ had surpassed 1 million downloads across iOS and Android app stores. Also in 2018, Transflo announced a partnership with CoPilot Truck, integrating truck-friendly routing, navigation, scheduling, and loads compatibility.  Relaunch and growth  Although users didn’t know it at the time, 2018 was a massive year for Transflo Mobile+ behind the scenes. Despite a significant user base, the app was still missing out on a majority of the 4.1 million professional truck drivers in North America. That year, a UI designer – and Transflo’s current Director of Product Experience, John Karl – was brought onboard to to redesign Transflo Mobile+.   “It took about three months to completely redesign Mobile+, from the top down. I did a small amount of competitive analysis with existing apps, but it was important to me that I approached the project with fresh eyes,” said Karl.    In those three months, Karl developed five different prototypes to present to the executive team in the first half of 2018. When walking the executives through his designs, Karl got only as far as the second concept before the company had found the new look – and guiding philosophy – for the future of Transflo Mobile+. Not long after, the company ran an ad in Transport Topics to showcase the new prototype – a revolutionary design language complete with the core “dial” elements that exist to this day.  By late 2019, the redesigned Transflo Mobile+ launched, setting the stage for tremendous growth in the following years.   Recent years and what’s next  Since the redesign, Transflo Mobile+ has continued to add new features that build on the app’s core philosophy as a “mobile operating system for professional truck drivers.” Recent additions include:  Fully digitized electronic Bill of Lading (eBOL) and electronic Proof of Delivery (ePOD) workflows.  Improved app security, multiple fleet profiles, and enhanced user experience.  A next-generation scanning engine and offline document uploads.  Improved route optimizations and telematics integrations.  In the coming months and years, the product team behind Transflo Mobile+ will continue to focus on customer input to refine the user experience, enhance functionality, and emphasize user-friendly, “outside the box” design. For more information on how Transflo Mobile+ can streamline and simplify your drivers’ workday, contact us here. 
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                            May 29, 2024

                            Freight Recession Recovery Guide: What to Look for in a Tech Partner

                            During the past four years, the freight market has gone on a journey like that of a sky-piercing rollercoaster that won’t come to a complete stop.  As the COVID pandemic endured from 2020 to 2022, the freight industry ratcheted up the lift hill, spurred by incredible demand from Americans who increasingly relied on e-commerce for both everyday needs and luxury goods. In trucking, thousands of new carriers entered the market to haul loads. Tender rejection rates skyrocketed, and the spot freight market flourished.  As 2022 went on, and everyday life went back to something like normal, demand dried up, shippers had fewer orders to fulfill, and many of those new carriers became surplus capacity. Along with increased fuel costs and lackluster conditions in the economy at large, the freight market plunged downward. The resulting freight recession continues into the middle of 2024.  However, the thing about recessions is that they are inherently cyclical and don’t last forever. While the recession has touched every company in freight, it doesn’t have to handicap the way an organization employs technology.   In fact, when the market recovers – which could be as soon the third quarter of this year – companies who have invested in solutions that make the day-to-day business of freight easier will prosper faster than those who have sat by during the downturn.  But what should a company in freight look for when evaluating a tech partner? Let’s find out.  Solutions that incorporate real-time data  We all know the saying, “time is money.” But when transporting freight or financing or brokering loads, that statement rings especially true. Reliable and effective tech partners in today’s transportation climate provide mountains of real-time data to everyone who needs to know.  For example, drivers need to be apprised of current road conditions, weather warnings, and any possible detours on their routes. Additionally, those hauling freight on the road need to know the status of their drop-off point. If information is lacking or out of date, it can significantly affect on-time deliveries and jeopardize carrier and owner-operator reputations with shippers and brokers.  Carriers need to know about the status of their trucks, trailers, and other assets, especially as cargo theft rises. Even if everything is safe and accounted for, carriers still have to make sure their drivers are maintaining satisfactory safety standards behind the wheel and complying with Hours of Service rules. Real-time data helps carriers make sure nothing gets through the cracks.  On the broker side, real-time knowledge about loads and documents ensures optimal communication with partners and prompt payments.   Innovation and utilizing the latest tech  Software solutions in transportation are constantly changing and evolving. Meanwhile, the freight industry isn’t always known for being an early adopter to the newest tech.  As a company in freight, committing to the newest tech solutions can help deliver cost savings, minimize time spent on manual processes, and provide important insights that improve business outcomes. They can also help you gain an advantage over fellow industry players that aren’t as forward-thinking.  But just investing in tech isn’t the be-all and end-all for carriers, brokers, and even factors. A tech partner’s software can be a great fit for a freight business one year but be frustratingly out of date the next. In a freight market that doesn’t have a definitive or even likely turnaround date, a partner that is constantly developing and incorporating new ideas into its solutions is a must.  Customization  Suppose a drayage-focused carrier is constantly transporting loads in and out of port yards. It needs a solution that’s going to account for the unique circumstances related to that kind of freight. For example, a telematics platform that’s designed for traditional over-the-road trucking may unnecessarily alert a carrier at specific locations or speeds.  With a more customizable solution, that same carrier can set its notifications and exceptions in the way that makes the most sense for its usual type of freight. A configurable platform can potentially set up geofences for specific locations and take advantage of specially designed reports and modules.  Likewise, for brokers and 3PLs, not all loads, carriers, and shippers are created equal. The documents needed to resolve payments and billing may also be structured differently and require varied data. Furthermore, customizations can help integrate data from TMS systems.   Products that address various business challenges  Most businesses – and especially those in transportation – don’t have one solitary pain point or challenge that needs to be addressed; they have a handful or more. The most worthwhile tech partners will not only offer solutions that address those myriad sources of concern, but they’ll also have solutions available for various roles, responsibilities, and personas throughout the industry. In turn, that tech organization will have a greater grasp of everything going on in freight than if it just made products for a very specific use case or role.  Additionally, an organization who buys into tech from a well-rounded vendor won’t have to rely on several disparate solutions in its tech stack. That helps both save money and means employees using the solutions don’t have to constantly switch between platforms.  Customer service  Every B2B organization wants to close as many deals as it can and acquire all the new customers possible. But not every tech provider in logistics and freight shows the same commitment to its partners once the products are being used.   A partner who will deliver the best results for a company in freight pays special attention to making sure that the necessary tech solutions are implemented correctly and in a way that works the best for the business. No 3PL, carrier, shipper, or factor operates in the exact same way as its counterparts, and tech implementation takes account of that fact when done right.  Additionally, a tech provider that cares about its partners’ success will want to help if there are any issues with operating the solutions or employing them to maximum benefit.  A history in the industry  In both technology and freight, companies come and go – but they can also quickly turn from non-existent to household names or industry giants in the span of a few short years. But while highly funded startup operations may make the biggest splashes, it’s worth reflecting on if a tech partner truly knows the ins and outs of the freight world.  For instance, a transportation tech provider that has been around for multiple decades has seen at least a few recession cycles and has navigated several eras of digital transformation. That level of change during a company’s history indicates that it both knows how to adapt and has an extensive history of creating useful solutions for the market.  Partner with Transflo to ride out the rollercoaster  Not all tech partners or solutions are created equal. Choosing the right partner and making the decision to invest in customer-focused solutions before the market has fully rebounded can help your business flourish once business conditions are more positive.  By partnering with Transflo, your company can take advantage of all the attributes and benefits included in this guide. No matter if you’re looking for fleet management help, an app for drivers, workflow automation, or even fuel discounts, Transflo is a trusted industry leader you can count on. 
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                            May 13, 2024

                            Document Scanning with Transflo Mobile+ Keeps Stevens Trucking Moving

                            About Stevens Trucking  Stevens Trucking is a family-owned, Oklahoma-based carrier that has operated since 1979. It runs approximately 350 trucks and has 1,600 trailers. Started by President & CEO Kenney Stevens at the age of 18 with just one truck, the company specializes in oilfield delivery and the dry freight sector. It uses a 99% drop-and-hook model, which keeps freight moving and drivers on the road. The company has been able to grow immensely during its 45-year history by focusing on strong values and putting employees and customers first.  The challenge  Stevens Trucking’s drop-and-hook approach to most loads means that drivers can get a lot of miles driven each day and week and don’t have to worry about detention time. For Stevens’ drivers, about half of which are company drivers and half of which are owner-operators, unnecessary time managing and scanning documents for loads was eating into driving time. For the back office at Stevens, which had grown rapidly over a three-year period, billing speed was suffering due to issues with document scans being unclear and needing further clarification.  The solution  Jessi Maschino, Chief Revenue Officer and Office Manager for Stevens Trucking was looking for a document scanning solution that would minimize the roadblocks drivers and the office were facing with document quality and billing. She knew Stevens needed a solution that would be intuitive and easy for drivers and would keep the business side moving along as quickly as their trucks.  Transflo Mobile+ was just the tool that Stevens Trucking needed, thanks to its advanced, accurate document scanning capabilities and simplicity for drivers. Additionally, offline document capture in Mobile+ meant Stevens’ drivers and owner-operator partners could keep their workflow going without a cellular connection, as the documents would send whenever a driver’s device is back online.  “We had been using another mobile upload app, but the quality of scans was not good at all and actually created more work for our billing team,” Maschino said. “From the time we first saw Mobile+ in action, we were sure that it was going to make a world of difference.”  While document scanning was the biggest reason Maschino and her team at Stevens Trucking chose Transflo Mobile+, it wasn’t the only selling point. Mobile+ also integrated seamlessly with Stevens’ transportation management system (TMS) preference, as it does with every other major TMS platform.   The results  Transflo Mobile+ document scanning has provided immense benefits to the drivers and office team at Stevens Trucking. Maschino and her team have reported that the image quality for scanned documents like Bills of Lading has improved, which has dramatically reduced issues like delayed billing.  “Using Transflo Mobile+ has helped out our billing so much,” Maschino said. “We can bill out all of our invoices faster now.” Furthermore, Maschino pointed out that the Transflo team provided great support while the app was being implemented and used. Overall, the Stevens Trucking team gave Transflo Mobile+ and its document scanning their highest approval.  About Transflo  Transflo is the trusted industry leader in mobile, telematics, and business process automation solutions for the transportation industry in North America. Transflo’s customer-focused mobile and cloud-based technologies deliver real-time communications to fleets, brokers, factors, shippers, and commercial vehicle drivers, and digitize 800 million shipping documents a year, representing approximately $115 billion in freight bills and 3.2 million downloads of the Mobile+ app.  
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                            June 13, 2024

                            Transflo CEO Renee Krug Honored as SupplyTech Company CEO of the Year by SupplyTech Breakthrough

                            TAMPA – June 13, 2024 – Transflo, a leading provider of technology solutions for the transportation industry, today announced that CEO Renee Krug has received the SupplyTech Company CEO of the Year award in the annual SupplyTech Breakthrough Awards program. The honor has been awarded by SupplyTech Breakthrough, a leading independent market intelligence organization that evaluates and recognizes standout technology companies, products, and services in the supply chain technology and logistics industries around the globe.  Since its inception in 1991, Transflo has been at the forefront of technological innovation in transportation, including its introduction of document scanning technology and the development of one of the industry’s first smartphone applications for digital document scanning (Transflo Mobile+).   With a clear vision and a commitment to technological advancement, CEO Renee Krug has propelled Transflo’s digital transformation forward. Krug has led Transflo through a renaissance, reimagining the company’s vision and strategy. Under her strategic leadership, Transflo has embraced and pioneered the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning in transportation.   Her guidance has led to the creation of a platform that enables companies to achieve up to 90% productivity gains. Krug’s leadership style advances the company’s mission and encourages staff and customers to reach their fullest potential. Recently named one of the Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS, Krug identifies opportunities by approaching business with a customer-focused mindset. Her leadership style is characterized by a willingness to embrace innovative approaches and a methodical attitude toward risk-taking. This combination has been a key driver in Transflo exceeding $100 million in annual revenue.  “I’m overwhelmed with this honor from SupplyTech Breakthrough, and I want to thank my entire team at Transflo. I think success comes from consistently prioritizing two key questions: ‘What is the best experience for the client?’ and ‘How can we make their day easier?’” said Renee Krug, Transflo CEO. “Going forward, Transflo will maintain a focus on innovation and leadership in the transportation sector. Our journey, characterized by a blend of pioneering spirit and strategic leadership, stands as a testament to our enduring commitment to technological advancement and customer-centric solutions.”  The mission of the annual SupplyTech Breakthrough Awards program is to conduct the industry’s most comprehensive analysis and evaluation of the top technology companies, solutions, and products in the supply chain and logistics industry today. This year’s program attracted thousands of nominations from over 15 different countries around the world.  “Renee Krug epitomizes the ideal blend of entrepreneurial spirit and visionary leadership. In taking the helm of a company already known for its pioneering advancements, she faced the complexities inherent in existing technologies and client relationships. Her courage and perseverance have been instrumental in Transflo’s transformation into a SaaS leader,” said Bryan Vaughn, Managing Director of SupplyTech Breakthrough Awards. “Under Renee’s guidance, Transflo has achieved significant milestones in revenue and product development. Her journey is a powerful example of how identifying opportunities for innovation, taking calculated risks, and demonstrating courage and perseverance can lead to remarkable achievements.”   About Transflo   Transflo is the trusted industry leader in mobile, telematics, and business process automation solutions for the transportation industry in North America. Transflo’s customer-focused mobile and cloud-based technologies deliver real-time communications to fleets, brokers, factors, shippers, and commercial vehicle drivers, and digitize 800 million shipping documents a year, representing approximately $115 billion in freight bills and 3.2 million downloads of the Mobile+ app.  About SupplyTech Breakthrough  As part of the Tech Breakthrough organization, a leading global provider of market intelligence and recognition platforms for technology innovation and leadership, the SupplyTech Breakthrough Awards program is devoted to honoring innovation and market disruption in supply chain and logistics technologies, services, companies, and products around the world. The annual SupplyTech Breakthrough Awards provide public recognition for the achievements of SupplyTech companies and products in categories including Inventory Management, Supply Chain Visibility, Transportation Management, Material Handling, IoT and Robotics, and more. For more information, visit SupplyTechBreakthrough.com  Tech Breakthrough LLC does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in our recognition programs, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with award designations. Tech Breakthrough LLC recognition consists of the opinions of the Tech Breakthrough LLC organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Tech Breakthrough LLC disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this recognition program, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. 
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                            June 10, 2024

                            4 Ways Telematics Can Help Fleets and Drivers During the Summer

                            Summer is a time that many look forward to all year. It evokes memories of sunny days, vacations, burgers and hot dogs on the grill, time in the pool, and carefree attitudes that make the gray of winter feel galaxies away.  When it comes to driving conditions, summer is more associated with clearer skies and long road trips than storms, flooding, and vehicle breakdowns. But that doesn’t mean fleets and owner-operators can take the warmest season for granted.  For starters, hurricane season starts just after Memorial Day and peaks in early September before the fall equinox. This puts extra stress on drivers and fleet managers who travel along or near the eastern seaboard or Gulf Coast. But even “regular” storms and seasonal heat waves can cause major issues for companies hauling freight.  Fortunately, telematics can help trucking companies guard against costly summer issues… Let’s take a brief look at a few ways telematics can help beat the heat and abnormal weather events.  Geofencing solutions  Suppose a driver is coming to the last few hours of his shift for the day. It’s a muggy June afternoon, the clouds are getting gray, and the wind is blowing ominously. He or she is in a region of the country where storms can pop up at a minute’s notice.  The driver knows it could storm but wouldn’t normally be sure about the potential severity without assistance from technology. A telematics offering with customized geofencing capabilities can inform the driver if they are in an area where a thunderstorm watch or warning is occurring or where severe weather like tornados are imminent.  Additionally, geofencing can help drivers stay away from a hazardous area, such as a flooded lot.  Stopping unnecessary idling  Idling a truck can help a driver stay cool, but it’s not exactly cost-effective for fleets due to fuel consumption and engine wear and tear. Telematics can help drivers and fleets achieve the best of both worlds by automatically turning off the engine once the cab is at an optimized temperature.   Coupled with some additional analog steps drivers can take, truck and driver can keep from getting burned out in the summer months.  Checking battery voltages  It’s easy to take a battery for granted until it’s your or your fleet’s truck that won’t start. In especially warm climates or during unusually blazing seasons, batteries can get drained and lose their charge rapidly.   An unexpected battery failure isn’t in anyone’s plan for transporting freight, so it’s crucial to know about battery health at any given moment through telematics – and be alerted when voltages are running low.  Pinpointing driver fatigue  Video telematics have grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, with traditional in-cab and outward-facing dash cams being augmented by new technologies that help evaluate driver performance, including alertness.  With an in-cab camera outfitted with AI capabilities, fleet managers can be informed when a driver is showing signs of exhaustion or drowsiness, such as closing their eyes for more than a second or two at a time, head tilts, or looking away from the road. While these behaviors can occur at any time of year, the heat of the summer can make them more likely, especially if the driver has additional responsibilities and labor on some loads.  Make summer as worry-free as possible with telematics  In late May and early June 2024 – before the summer solstice has even occurred for the year – there’s been storms that knocked out power to more than 600,000 in Texas, and a West Coast heat wave that pushes even some of the hottest climates in the country to record highs.  While you can’t stop Mother Nature, you can take steps to mitigate summer heat and storms in your fleet or owner-operator business by investing in telematics and utilizing their full range of data-driven insights and integrations. To learn more about the solutions offered by Transflo and its partners, contact us today. 
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