Lytx recently announced the renaming of its RAIR Compliance Services offering to Lytx Compliance Services.
The name change “reflects the company’s broader commitment and expertise in providing the all-in-one innovations needed to continue shaping the future of video telematics through solutions that span driver safety, fleet tracking and an industry-leading suite of web-based safety and regulatory compliance offerings,” the company said in a news release.
“As a one-stop video telematics leader with an unparalleled blend of services and cutting-edge technologies, Lytx’s benefits expand far beyond video,” said David Thawley, Lytx’s EVP and GM for mid-market, small and Lytx Compliance Services. “Lytx provides its customers with versatile and converged solutions for all of their fleet safety, operational efficiency and compliance management needs. It’s what separates us from the competition.”
In addition to streamlining documentation management, Lytx Compliance Services help fleets comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, which went into effect on Dec. 16.
Founded in 2001 and acquired by Lytx in 2011, RAIR (now Lytx Compliance Services) is designed for fleets regulated by the Department of Transportation in need of an efficient way to manage ELD data, driver qualification files and compliance, safety, accountability (CSA) scores. Through the offering, Lytx provides compliance services to more than half of the top 100 for-hire carriers in the United States, with 10 million logs audited every month, according to the company.
Because Lytx Compliance Services offers information such as hours-of-service (HOS) logs, driver-qualification file auditing, vehicle-inspection reporting, vehicle files and CSA scores analysis in a single dashboard, clients can efficiently identify risk and compile compliance reports. The solution integrates with more than 20 different industry-leading ELD providers and aggregates data to help safety managers – who are often inundated with data and email alerts – easily identify risks and trends by drivers and locations across their fleet.
The solution also consumes data from fuel vendors, roadside inspections and many other sources to allow carriers to match 100% of their supporting documents, ensuring they’re able to provide the up to eight supporting documents per driver, per day mandated by FMCSA.
The new name is effective immediately and will be implemented across Lytx in the coming months. Clients that use Lytx Compliance Services will continue to have access to the services they depend on to keep their employees and assets safe and compliant.