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Comdata Inks Agreement with RAIR to Enhance Driver Log Auditing Service

April 5, 2005

BRENTWOOD, TN — Comdata Corp., a provider of electronic payment transactions, announced an alliance on March 29 with RAIR Technologies to provide fleets with an accurate, easy-to-administer, DOT-compliant driver log system. Offered through its regulatory compliance services division, the enhanced driver log auditing product eliminates paper records and puts all driver log data on a fleet’s computer desktop within 48 hours of submitting driver logs. Payment for the service is transacted on the fleet’s Comdata card. Fleets submit driver logs – including fueling, roadside inspection and random drug test information – and access any needed data via the Internet within 48 hours, eliminating paper record keeping and having all DOT compliance data a few keystrokes away. Because the system is Internet based, it offers a higher degree of flexibility than traditional paper-based systems. All information is viewable, but only to those individuals authorized to view specific information. The system offers access to a mountain of log data that can be organized into several key reports or downloaded and customized to fit a fleet’s log management conventions. It also offers routine audit trails on regulatory items important to a fleet including the number and percent of DOT critical log violations, summary reports of missing, duplicated and/or incomplete logs, and any necessary driver counseling through a series of counseling letters which address a range of violation issues.
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