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New Load Matching Platform in BigRoad Mobile App E-Logbook

| November 27, 2017

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BigRoad has launched a load matching platform within the BigRoad Mobile App that  gives owner-operators and fleets the ability to book the loads they want while ensuring quick payment and providing hours-of-service (HOS) visibility.

The company reports reports that it is the first to launch in-app load matching within an electronic logbook application that suggests loads based on a driver’s GPS coordinates and available hours-of-service.

Drivers using the Mobile App can easily sign up to participate in BigRoad Freight. Once registered, drivers are sent push notifications recommending loads to them. They can view load details, including the payout, and choose to accept or reject loads from within the app. This eliminates phone calls, emails, and dealing with brokers directly.

“At BigRoad, we’ve always put drivers first. We wanted to find a way to help put more money in their pockets while enabling them to achieve hours-of-service and electronic logging device mandate compliance with our industry leading solution,” noted Tony Lourakis, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of BigRoad – A Fleet Complete Company. “We’ve simplified how drivers book loads and get paid, sparing them from having to call brokers, play phone tag, and haggle over the price.”

BigRoad Freight allows drivers to book the loads they want, when they want them, 24/7 from their mobile device. Payout and terms are straightforward, simplifying the load booking process and removing the need to speak with brokers directly. Payments can be sent within a few days via a method selected by the drivers, enabling faster payment.

Through partnerships with brokers, load boards, and digital freight platforms, BigRoad Freight creates simplicity, improves speed, and establishes transparency in shipper-carrier relations. By leveraging real-time location information and a unique compliance availability dataset, shippers and carriers benefit from improved schedule predictability and asset optimization. BigRoad is committed to developing partnerships to grow the number of loads offered through the platform.

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