Reveal Solutions Announces Improved Transportation Management Software

Reveal Solutions uses transportation management software to reduce costs and improve performance and productivity. Both management and software solutions use technology to make a difference.

Overland Park, United States - December 4, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Overland Park, Kansas (December, 2019)— Reveal Solutions is proud to announce the success of its transportation management software. It can reduce overall costs while improving all facets of performance and productivity. Both management and software solutions are utilized and use technology to make the difference. Customers who find the most benefit to these services and implementation of technology are those who associate with the Americans with Disabilities Act. There are also benefits seen by demand response transportation groups and medical transportation services that are not for emergencies. These often go by the acronym NEMT. Reveal Solutions has extensive experience in the field because it was created by the people who work in it. New, creative solutions are always being discovered and added because the company joins operations experience and powerful software.

There are core values that dictate Reveal Solutions and their efforts. The first is a desire to reduce client costs. Reveal is able to save clients 20% by increasing the productivity of drivers and reducing overall labor costs. Reveal also makes services reliable, which reduces the chances of customers abandoning the service if it doesn’t meet expectations. GPS tracking and Google Maps help customers make live decisions to better adapt to current traffic conditions. The final value is customer service and support. Reveal is always looking to keep customers and riders satisfied. They offer the ability to resolve issues at any hour and also provide advanced planning and maximized use of vehicle space.

Reveal solutions has been in business since 2008. They provide services to clients in all 50 states of the United States. CEO Scott Schoessel and COO Mike Wade lead the company with integrity, honesty, and respect. The two bring 57 combined years of service to the table. Each has spent this time in the transportation industry. The company mission is to offer clients a return on their investment.

Reveal Solutions

10551 Barkley Suite 300,

Overland Park, KS 66212

888.778.0836

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Contact Info:
Name: Michele Lucas
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Organization: Reveal Solutions Transportation Management
Address: 10551 Barkley Suite 300, Overland Park, Kansas 66212, United States
Phone: +1-888-778-0836
Website: http://reveal-solutions.net/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937319

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