The Construction industry is a constantly growing and fast-paced industry, and calls for constant tracking of teams, projects, workers, equipment, hours, vehicle mileage, along with impeccable project management.
Automile, a fast-growing fleet management and IoT company, today announced it has raised $7.5 million for its Series A funding round. Existing investors Dawn Capital, Point Nine Capital and SaaStr were joined by new investors Niklas Zennström with Atomico Ventures, one of Europe's largest venture funds, and Salesforce Ventures, Salesforce’s corporate investment group.
J. Rollins Construction is a construction and pipeline ROW maintenance company servicing the energy industry. The company deals with pipeline integrity work, pipeline components, and fixing pipeline anomalies. J. Rollins Construction has about 100 employees, with a majority of them being mobile and driving on the road to complete jobs.
Automile, a leading IoT Telematics company, today introduces its latest product release to further transform how companies manage their fleet operations. Leveraging the power of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and big data, Automile makes it easy for small, medium and enterprise-level businesses keep a pulse on their vehicles and drivers, boost productivity and save costs.
Headquartered in Union, Missouri, hth companies, inc. provides construction services to commercial and industrial customers throughout the Midwest. hth companies, inc. also offers a wide array of services including mechanical insulation, scaffold erection, industrial cleaning and maintenance, welding, pipefitting and confined space rescue. We had the opportunity to talk to Charles (Chuck) Lamb, Fleet Supervisor at hth companies, inc.
The writing’s on the wall—make that on a big digital road sign: the commercial vehicle telematics market is exploding. MarketsandMarkets expects it will be worth $47.58 Billion by 2020. While the ELD mandate is upping the adoption of telematics solutions, growth is happening because business owners, operations leaders, and fleet managers are embracing their many benefits related to costs, automation, safety, productivity...
Are you ready for the changes brought about by the final ELD rule put forth by the United States Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)? Whether or not your company will be subject to the rule, it’s helpful to understand the basics because it’s signaling a change in fleet management—to be exact, that it’s about to get more and more digital. Here’s the down-and-dirty run-down, with resources for where to learn more about how the ELD rule may impact your organization and the tools you use to manage your company vehicles.
Scientific Calibration Inc. is a North Carolina based company that is part of the pharmaceutical and research medical equipment industry, with a focus on the repair and calibration of electronic and multi-channel equipment, and lab systems. The company also buy labs that go out of business, and liquidate and repurpose the assets. With about 45 employees, Scientific Calibration Inc. deals with the service and sales of medical research equipment both within the US and outside.
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At home, you probably use your digital channel guide to see what’s on—or you go straight to your DVR. When was the last time you flipped through a physical phone book to find a number? Do you record your income and expenses in that tiny registry that comes with your checks? If you’re like most people, you’re adopting digital tools to do what you need to do—and saying “goodbye” to paper, at least some of the time.