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The nation’s largest cooperative food wholesaler to independently owned supermarkets, AWG is using ORBCOMM’s telematics solution to provide comprehensive data to improve communication to its members and enhance customer service. Leveraging FleetManager, ORBCOMM’s newest web platform, AWG receives advanced reporting and analytics for its entire mixed fleet. With mapping, reports, alerts and exception management, FleetManager provides all the data that is needed to improve asset utilization, enhance security and support maintenance programs and regulatory compliance. FleetManager can be configured to display specific workspaces with individual workspaces for dispatchers, fleet managers or the safety and compliance team. Its powerful features include individualized customization, advanced data mining, configurable reporting, intelligent search options, multi-user management and advanced mapping for enhanced fleet visibility.
“We are pleased to be selected by Associated Wholesale Grocers, one of the nation’s largest grocery wholesalers,” said
“By utilizing ORBCOMM’s state-of-the-art telematics, we are able to fulfill our commitment to delivering the best possible product to our members in the most efficient manner,” said
AWG expects to complete deployment of ORBCOMM’s fleet management solution by the end of 2018.
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