Associated Grocers Upgrades to Cadec's PowerVue

— February 20, 2013

Associated Grocers of New England, a retailer-owned, wholesale grocery distribution center in New England, has upgraded to Cadec’s PowerVue Enterprise solution.


Formerly a user of Cadec’s Mobius product, Associated Grocers chose to upgrade to PowerVue primarily because of its ability to provide fleet managers with driver and fleet activity information, to ensure company-wide standards.

Specifically designed for the enterprise-class customer, the SaaS-based PowerVue has similar features to Mobius, Cadec's legacy solution, but according to company representatives, is much easier to maintain and integrate with complementary software such as routing, GPS and supply chain management.

"We were very impressed when Cadec showed us all of the capabilities of PowerVue, especially its integration of real-time data,” said Kevin Murray, Director of Transportation at Associated Grocers of New England. “PowerVue gives us the visibility we need into driver activity, vehicle performance, and routing and delivery schedules to make dynamic decisions so we can ensure safety and make the most efficient use of our vehicles and drivers."

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