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SYNNEX Corporation and CalAmp Offer ELD Compliance with V-Series Bundle

| November 7, 2017


The ELD business is getting increasingly competitive as SYNNEX Corporation, a leading business process services company, and CalAmp , a telematics pioneer leading transformation in a global connected economy, announced the launch of the CalAmp V-Series electronic logging device (ELD) bundle available through SYNNEX.

At stake is the approaching deadline for compliance with new federal rules for transportation fleets.

The CalAmp V-Series offering enables the trucking industry to meet the December 18, 2017, deadline for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ELD mandate with easy deployment and reliable support.

“By offering our V-Series bundle through SYNNEX we are able to expand access to our turn-key ELD solution to a broad network of resellers, integrators and fleet managers looking to meet the mandate deadline,” said Carl Burrow, Senior Vice President of Global Sales for CalAmp. “With SYNNEX’s expertise in IoT deployments and post-sale support services, fleet managers can take advantage of many other ELD benefits beyond mandate compliance, such as workforce optimization, fleet safety and fuel cost reductions.”

The CalAmp V-Series is an all-in-one, purpose-built offering including hardware, software and support, making it an attractive choice for customers. The self-installation bundle features a removable tablet, custom designed cradle with embedded telematics and a programmable LED malfunction indicator.

The integrated V-Series hardware solution comes preloaded with the certified Pedigree Technologies Hours of Service (HoS) application and support for resellers or end-users after the sale. Simplified self-installation lets resellers quickly respond to customer needs and present an accessible option for ELD solutions. The new offering builds on SYNNEX’s relationship with CalAmp as a top-tier distributor.

Category: Connected Fleet News, General Update

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