upgrades to Cadec
Feb 14, 2013 9:46 AM
Cadec Global announced that Associated Grocers of New England, the largest retailer-owned, wholesale grocery distribution center in New England, has upgraded to Cadecís PowerVue Enterprise system.
Formerly a user of Cadecís Mobius product, Associated Grocers chose to upgrade to PowerVue primarily because of its ability to provide fleet managers with driver and fleet activity information, to ensure companywide standards of excellence.
A flexible SaaS-based fleet management system, PowerVue provides all the best-in-class, advanced fleet management features in a single, easy-to-use, secure, and reliable SaaS platform with in-cab hardware designed specifically for the enterprise-class customer.
Associated Grocers has implemented processes for measuring driver performance and creating incentive programs to ensure drivers meet or exceed certain standards. Its system depends upon detailed information supplied by fleet management software and on-board computers. Associated Grocers evaluated other fleet management vendors, but found that only Cadec could provide the data it required.
Associated Grocers of New England is owned entirely by Independent Retail Grocers as members of a cooperative and is the largest retailer-owned, wholesale grocery distribution center in New England. The cooperative serves independent retail food stores in Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and the upstate New York/Albany area.
Cadec Global provides enterprise-class fleet management systems that empower fleets to drive continuous cost reduction and service improvement, while ensuring regulatory compliance and safety. Its SaaS-based system evolves with the needs of growing fleets, from basic EOBR reporting to true real-time data accessibility and configurable workflow. Cadec enables fleet managers, maintenance departments, and supply chain executives to make smarter decisions out of the box, year after year. Visit www.Cadec.com for more details.
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