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Trinium Integrates with QuickBooks Online

PALOS VERDES, California – July 28, 2016 – Trinium Technologies, a leading provider of business software for intermodal trucking and container drayage companies in the U.S. and Canada, has completed development of an interface with its transportation management system and QuickBooks Online.

Trinium Releases New Business Intelligence Portal

PALOS VERDES, California – June 21, 2016 – Trinium Technologies, a leading provider of business software for intermodal trucking and container drayage companies in the U.S. and Canada, released a new business intelligence offering called the Trinium BI Portal, which is an add-on to the Trinium TMS (transportation management system).

Trinium Releases v9 of its TMS

PALOS VERDES, California – April 7, 2016 - Trinium Technologies, a recognized leading provider of business software for the intermodal trucking and logistics industry, has released version 9 of its transportation management system.

Trinium Releases v9 of its TMS

PALOS VERDES, California – April 7, 2016 - Trinium Technologies, a recognized leading provider of business software for the intermodal trucking and logistics industry, has released version 9 of its transportation management system.

Trinium Hits 3,000 Driver Milestone for Mobile App

PALOS VERDES, California – March 21, 2016 – Trinium Technologies, a leading provider of business software for intermodal trucking and container drayage companies in the U.S. and Canada, has recently eclipsed a milestone for usage of its mobile app for truck drivers called Trinium MC2.

Trinium Sees Expanded Use of PC*MILER Interface

Trinium Technologies has seen an increased adoption of its web services interface with PC*MILER. The interface enable Trinium's trucking customers to automate the calculation of miles against orders and dispatch legs within Trinium TMS. The commercial mileage data enables Trinium user to improve their dispatch planning and mileage based auto-rating for customer invoicing and driver settlements.

The web services interface option requires no license purchase or hardware on the customer side, with customer simply paying a monthly subscription fee for the service.

Trinium Adds GPS Tracking to Smartphone App

PALOS VERDES, California – October 15, 2015 – Trinium Technologies, a leading provider of business software for intermodal trucking companies in the U.S. and Canada, has released the latest version of its smartphone application that includes GPS tracking.

Connected Trucks Moving to an App Based World

“Being connected” to a truck could describe the experience of driving. The ergonomics and quality of the ride, however, fall short of the ultimate motive for connecting to assets: to maximize profits.

Connecting to vehicles in this way involves use of applications and highly structured workflows to maximize the utilization and performance of assets and drivers.

Trinium Uses AlwaysUp from Core Technologies

Trinium Technologies provides business software for two primary verticals: intermodal trucking companies and fuel marketers. Its applications enable companies to reduce cost, grow revenue, and improve customer service. Customers range in size from small businesses to large enterprises with both cloud services and on-premises deployment options available.

Barry Assadi, the Chief Technical Officer at Trinium, has been using AlwaysUp since 2006. He knows AlwaysUp very well and was interviewed for this article.

CIO Panel: Mobile Apps Key to Recruiting, Retaining Younger Drivers

By: Aaron Huff of CCJ

Fleet owners and executives expect a lot from their information systems and the people responsible for keeping them up to date.

On May 6, a panel of IT leaders said they have been given a directive to attract, recruit and retain drivers with technology.

“This is the year of the driver,” said panelist Tom Benusa, chief information officer of Transport America, a truckload carrier with 1,450 trucks based in Eagan, Minn.

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