Triona releases new version of TRACS Flow
10 November 2017
A new version of TRACS Flow was launched in October 2017.
New in this version is for instance improvements for transport managers/office users who can now customize the tab order in the application to streamline order management. Additionally, improved view management and increased filtering possibilities give a better map overview. Notifications have been enhanced so order specifications can also be sent to suppliers. In the mobile application it’s now possible to attach images quickly and easily as well as being able to choose customer or project when using the order template. This gives a more flexible use out in the field. Another important new feature is the possibility to check off items at the order line level via the web portal as well as being able to choose resource type when booking via the web.
TRACS Flow is a Traffic and Order Management system which supports business processes in the transport and construction sectors. Features include contract and order processing, operational planning, operational management, and monitoring. The TRACS Flow software has been designed for easy configuration allowing it to be tailored to each company’s individual needs and processes. TRACS Flow is packed with functionality. For example, dynamic pricing using different contract and pricing list types, resource status management, maps, tracking, issue management, rental management, container management, recurring orders etc.
TRACS Flow can be used by many different user groups. The office user group for example gives transport managers a powerful tool packed with functionality. They have an operational overview which simplifies their work. For users in the field, such as truck drivers and machine operators, there is a mobile application with direct access to the TRACS Flow system and on to related offices and users. Customers and suppliers have access to targeted information in the system via an Internet Portal.
The next version of TRACS Flow is planned for release in May 2018