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TRUX debuts advanced app to streamline operations

By |  November 10, 2020

Logo: TruxTRUX, a dump truck logistics technology provider, launched TRUX Drive, a new, modern mobile application built specifically for the unique needs of dump truck drivers, owners and brokers.

According to the company, TRUX Drive expands on the first generation of the TRUX Now app and features a new user experience that enables better fleet management, more opportunities to find work, integrated earnings and more visibility into plant and jobsite location information. The TRUX Drive app is available for both Android and iPhone devices.

TRUX Drive is built to eliminate the headaches dump truck owners face, including physical invoicing and paperwork, scattered income documentation, and disorganized fleet scheduling. In addition to the redesigned user experience, TRUX Drive includes more intuitive functionality such as one-button navigation for plants and jobsites, plus earnings history that can be filtered by week, job or driver.

“TRUX Drive is a tremendous improvement in usability for every member of our hauling community – it’s a complete technical and visual redesign,” says Taylor Ciavarra, vice president of product at TRUX. “We rebuilt the application from the ground up after extensive research and discussions with customers and partners nationwide, ensuring improved performance, a contemporary user interface and easier onboarding and training.

“More importantly, the technical overhaul provides us with a foundation upon which we can build at scale and deliver all of the transformational functionality on our ambitious product roadmap,” Ciavarra adds.

TRUX Drive is the latest in a series of new features and updates TRUX released to help platform users work more efficiently. Most recently, the company launched Powered by TRUX, its enterprise-level service, as well as a new contactless ticketing option for safer jobsites. 

Kevin Yanik

About the Author:

Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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