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Complete Innovations launches tracker app

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Fleet Complete Action Tracker HOS fully automates hours of service and vehicle inspection activities.

| April 2, 2013

Complete Innovations introduces Fleet Complete Action Tracker HOS, an Android application that fully automates hours of service (HOS) and driver’s vehicle inspection activities, and replaces the time-consuming manual paperwork with an automatic digital logbook.

Action Tracker HOS automatically logs driving hours and calculates driving availability, ensuring easier HOS compliance. Drivers can view their available hours, manage their duty status and complete vehicle inspection reports, all on their tablet. Action Tracker HOS reduces the chance of human error, and saves the time previously spend recording, calculating, and managing driving availability via traditional paper-based logs. Audits and reporting are simplified with all current and historic log data available for reporting and further analysis 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via Fleet Complete.

Action Tracker HOS is 100 percent compliant with all current US FMCSA and Canadian DOT log requirements, and is ready to support the upcoming ‘July 2013’ US FMCSA rule changes. All of the HOS rule tables are configurable, making adaptation of any future HOS rule changes simple and easy.

“We designed Action Tracker HOS to be the best solution in the industry, one that offers the deepest capabilities and the highest level of flexibility” says Complete Innovations CEO Tony Lourakis. “We always aim to provide the best functionality, service and value to our customers. By combining our application with Android tablets, we can bring a top-tier automated HOS solution to the cabs of fleets of all sizes at an affordable price point.”
 

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