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PRACTICES FOR LEVERAGING


BEST


YOUR MCLEOD INVESTMENT


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rucking companies survived for decades on paper and brainpower before computers came around. The managers at many carriers have been around


long enough to remember this. For some of them who feel more comfortable sticking to the old ways, their McLeod system serves only to dispatch trucks and bill customers. This is a mistake, because the McLeod system provides opportunities to do so much more.


I worked in trucking for over 30 years before joining McLeod, and I have experience in all facets of the business. I’ve seen directly the benefits that come from leveraging your investment in McLeod. These software products can help you make better decisions and automate many manual processes. You gain efficiency, so you can grow without needing to add personnel. You can boost both revenue and profits, but it’s up to you to take the actions to make it all happen. You need to create a culture of change and ensure that people are trained to use the system to the fullest extent.


STEPS TO TAKE TO ENSURE


THE FULL USE OF THE MCLEOD SYSTEM


Improve decision-making across the enterprise.


The McLeod system is a treasure trove of valuable data. Through data analysis and reports, this data is transformed into actionable information that helps everyone make better decisions each day. For example, once you start examining the revenue and profit data by lane or by customer, you can see where you’re making money and where you’re not. Another example is rate


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