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MyLogic, Inc. Launches Tracking, E-Ticketing Solution

Construction Tech Review | Friday, June 25, 2021

The company operating DumpTruckLoads.com releases a new tool for tracking dump trucks and material, capturing digitized tickets, and managing workforces and job sites.

FREMONT, CA: MyLogic, Inc., the parent company of DumpTruckLoads.com, the world's largest dump truck network, launches iOnSite, its new workforce, and job site management tool.

iOnSite's mobile app, available in the App Store and Google Play, enables real-time tracking of personnel, trucks, equipment, and material. Mobile users participating in tracking sessions can view the location of their fellow drivers or operators, communicate with their colleagues, supervisors, or the office, take geotagged photos of delivered material, and submit digitized versions of their tickets and manifests, saving the back office time and money while also ensuring that drivers are paid promptly and fairly.

Not only can iOnSite tracking session promoters track trucks and material from pickup to delivery, but they can also supervise anyone from equipment operators to flaggers, all from a single, convenient map and dashboard accessible via any browser. Session organizers can create multiple concurrent tracking sessions and review both live and historical location data, make unlimited geofences to receive notifications when trucks or personnel arrive or depart from a job site, monitor an activity feed of project events as they occur, send in-app chats to individuals or an entire team, and share a map of their personnel and trucks with their customers. Additionally, organizers may collaborate with subcontractors by requesting that the subcontractors' trucks or personnel be assigned to the session. As a result, both parties share visibility into the location of these people and assets.

“DumpTruckLoads.com and iOnSite are totally independent solutions but complement each other perfectly,” says Will Kolbe, co-creator of iOnSite. “DumpTruckLoads.com is the perfect way to find trucks for your projects or to find work for your trucks, and then you can utilize iOnSite to see where those trucks are, to share the locations with customers, and to keep records of that information along with digitized tickets and manifests for faster bookkeeping and dispute resolution.”

Businesses can quickly get started with iOnSite in a matter of minutes. iOnSite requires hardware other than a web browser and an Android or iOS smartphone for each mobile app user. iOnSite bills monthly and requires no contracts. Billing is calculated based on the maximum number of mobile app users that need to be tracked at any given time.

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