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GeoDecisions Teams Up with Rand McNally to Enhance Mobile Fleet Management

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Thursday, April 10th 2014
GeoDecisions | Harrisburg, PA
Read More About: fleet management, rand mcnally


Rand McNally has chosen geospatial solutions specialist GeoDecisions to provide advanced geographic information system (GIS) services to support its mobile fleet management initiatives. The partnership enables Rand McNally to make more informed decisions on day-to-day routing, fuel economy, and safety.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, April 10, 2014 - GeoDecisions, a division of Gannett Fleming that specializes in geospatial solutions, was chosen by Rand McNally to provide advanced geographic information system (GIS) services to support its mobile fleet management initiatives.

“GeoDecisions will enable Rand McNally’s customers to visualize, analyze, and leverage data to make more informed decisions on day-to-day routing, fuel economy, and safety,” said Brendan Wesdock, M.C.P., GISP, president of GeoDecisions. “Our GIS system integration will enhance Rand McNally’s mobile fleet management, assist in compliance with federal mandates such as Hours of Service, and help to improve vehicle maintenance. Positive benefits include more efficient scheduling and fewer driver hours on the road.”

GeoDecisions’ automatic vehicle location(AVL) and asset intelligence services—such as enhanced geofencing and Geo Intelligent Location Server (ILS)—provide Rand McNally with a robust data-sharing information management tool. These technologies integrate with Rand McNally systems, providing key information such as proximity to other tractors when a shipment leaves or arrives at a facility or up-to-the-minute location notifications and analytics.

“When a fleet management company integrates GeoDecisions technology into their existing information systems, it’s a game-changer. We can positively impact a firm’s triple bottom line by saving time and money and being sustainable,” said Wesdock.

An Esri® Gold Tier Partner, GeoDecisions leverages numerous geospatial technologies to meet Rand McNally’s business needs. Coupled with accurate roadway, incident, and traffic data powered by HERE, GeoDecisions asset management and logistics solutions help deliver Rand McNally product benefits to its customers.

GeoDecisions’ experienced consultants, analysts, and developers support clients worldwide. Fundamental to the company’s award-winning approach is the integration of spatial information to empower existing systems and processes. GeoDecisions’ philosophy is based on an enterprisewide approach to the integration of diverse information technologies, data formats, and systems. GeoDecisions is ISO 9001:2008 Certified.

Rand McNally is the country’s most trusted source for maps, navigation, and travel content. For more than 75 years, Rand McNally has been an innovator in the Commercial Transportation market – from providing mileage and routing software, to truck navigation and E-Logs to mobile fleet management solutions. Learn more at randmcnally.com.

HERE, a Nokia business, offers the world's best maps and location experiences across multiple screens and operating systems. HERE inspires a new generation of location services and devices helping more people to navigate their lives with ease and confidence. Built on more than 25 years of experience in cartography and drawing on more than 80,000 sources of data, HERE offers "Maps for Life" for more than 190 countries, voice guided navigation in 95 countries in more than 50 languages and live traffic information for 34 countries. To learn more about HERE, visit http://blog.here.com.

Bringing the Power of Spatial Information to the Enterprise 
http://www.geodecisions.com

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