We are continuously working to improve and update our system, and this integration with CSA will definitely help automate the process of verifying carriers
Tustin, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
Trinnos Technology, developer of innovative transportation and freight management systems for non-asset based freight brokers and 3PL service providers, just announced its Trinnos Edge freight broker software is now fully integrated with CSA data. The integration with CSA is the latest software update by Trinnos Technology and will be made available with its Trinnos Edge application really soon.
Trinnos Edge’s integration with CSA will now provide freight brokers with reviewed and updated carrier information, including insurance and safety information, provided by CSA and associated agencies. Since, Carrier Authority, BASIC (Behavioral Analysis Safety Improvement Categories) scores, and Carrier Insurance information are updated and reported directly from data received from CSA, users of Trinnos Edge will no longer be required to update this information manually. In addition to gathering insurance information, as part of the CSA integration, Trinnos Edge also supports external applications, such as, CarrierWatch® and SaferWatch™.
"We are continuously working to improve and update our system, and this integration with CSA will definitely help automate the process of verifying carriers," said Walter Mitchell, President of Trinnos Technology LLC.
TRINNOS Technology LLC, based out of Tustin, California, was designed to aid third party logistics companies with innovative technological products and services that are user friendly, scalable and flexible enough to meet the needs of each customer's unique business model.
TRINNOS EDGE freight broker software is an optimized business management application for various types of shipments, such as, truckload (TL), Less-than-truckload (LTL), Expedited and Rail.
Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) is a Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) initiative to improve large truck and bus safety and ultimately reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities that are related to commercial motor vehicles. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) established CSA to identify and correct high-risk carriers and drivers, with the goal of improving highway safety.