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Cadec Global, TelaPoint Team Up in Fuel-Management Service

Cadec Global has joined with the TelaPoint, Inc. subsidiary of Wright Express to offer fuel purchase and delivery systems for fuel distributors. Cadec is a vendor of advanced fleet-management systems, which help users to track data such as truck speed and location. Wright's TelaPoint unit is an internet platform software company which provides business-to-business applications to the convenience store and petroleum industries. Under their new deal, Cadec and TelaPoint have developed a new interface which allows fleets to run TelaPoint software on Cadec onboard computers in their truck cabs. Dispatchers can use wireless technology to supply drivers with a variety of trip information, including fuel pricing, lifts and drops, site inventory levels, freight-settlement charges, customer-signature capture and individual order status. Cadec and TelaPoint customers can toggle between the two vendors' applications to monitor driver travel logs, truck-efficiency data and compliance metrics. They can improve dispatcher productivity through the elimination of paper, while reducing excess in-ground inventory, run-outs, diversions and split loads. The joint system also automates the collection of invoicing details such as quantities, pricing and fuel taxes.
Cadec Global

Cadec Global has joined with the TelaPoint, Inc. subsidiary of Wright Express to offer fuel purchase and delivery systems for fuel distributors. Cadec is a vendor of advanced fleet-management systems, which help users to track data such as truck speed and location. Wright's TelaPoint unit is an internet platform software company which provides business-to-business applications to the convenience store and petroleum industries. Under their new deal, Cadec and TelaPoint have developed a new interface which allows fleets to run TelaPoint software on Cadec onboard computers in their truck cabs. Dispatchers can use wireless technology to supply drivers with a variety of trip information, including fuel pricing, lifts and drops, site inventory levels, freight-settlement charges, customer-signature capture and individual order status. Cadec and TelaPoint customers can toggle between the two vendors' applications to monitor driver travel logs, truck-efficiency data and compliance metrics. They can improve dispatcher productivity through the elimination of paper, while reducing excess in-ground inventory, run-outs, diversions and split loads. The joint system also automates the collection of invoicing details such as quantities, pricing and fuel taxes.
Cadec Global