LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY -- (Marketwire) -- 03/21/13 -- XRS Corporation, a leader in mobile fleet optimization, has signed a co-marketing agreement with Drivewyze Inc., to offer Drivewyze PreClear weigh station bypass service to XRS customers. XRS customers who sign on to use the bypass service will do so at an exclusive discount.
Drivewyze PreClear provides local and long-haul carriers with weigh station and inspection site bypass opportunities at both fixed weigh stations and roadside mobile inspection sites. It is both safe and easy to use, with assured privacy and data protection, meeting both Federal and state distracted driving laws. Drivewyze PreClear adds transponder-like functionality to tablets, smartphones and select Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs), and connects to the Drivewyze service network via a single account regardless of where a driver travels.
"Both XRS and Drivewyze provide customers with time-saving and cost-effective solutions," said Rob Pallante, Director of Business Development at XRS. "With Drivewyze, we believe our customers will see an immediate cost-savings and better overall time management - something XRS is also well known for. We are pleased that Drivewyze has agreed to provide our valued customers with an exclusive discount."
Brian Heath, President of Drivewyze Inc. stated "We believe XRS customers are prime candidates for our bypass service. Both Drivewyze and XRS focus on the use of innovative, mobile technologies to improve transportation safety and efficiencies in the trucking industry. Drivewyze PreClear runs on the same mobile device platforms that run many XRS applications, and we are excited at the opportunity to help XRS's customers derive even more value out of their mobile platform investment."
The Drivewyze PreClear service will be promoted to XRS customers at an exclusive price for either the multi-state or select single-state program. For more information about XRS, please visit www.xrscorp.com.
Drivewyze PreClear currently operates at over 200 sites in Connecticut, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, West Virginia and Nevada. For more information about Drivewyze PreClear bypass for commercial vehicle operators, please visit www.drivewyze.com.
XRS Corporation (formerly Xata Corporation) delivers fleet management and compliance software solutions to the trucking industry to help maintain regulatory compliance and reduce operating costs. XRS is leading the trucking industry's migration to mobile devices for collecting and analyzing compliance and management data. Its existing mobility-based products have no upfront hardware costs and run on smartphones, tablets and rugged handhelds. XRS has sales and distribution partnerships with the major wireless carriers supporting the U.S. and Canadian trucking industries.
Through our mobile products, fleet managers, dispatchers and drivers collect, sort, view and analyze data to help lower costs, increase safety, attain compliance with governmental regulations, and improve customer satisfaction - all through their mobile devices.
ABOUT DRIVEWYZE INC.
Drivewyze Inc. is an innovative technology service provider to the transportation industry. Drivewyze is committed to improving road safety and efficiency for everyone. Drivewyze was founded in 2010 as a subsidiary of Intelligent Imaging Systems Inc., a provider of industry-leading road safety equipment and software services. Partnering with industry and government stakeholders to deliver time-saving and cost-effective driving solutions to commercial vehicle operators and carriers, Drivewyze provides unsurpassed business value to the trucking industry. For more information, visit www.drivewyze.com or call 1-888-988-1590.
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