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Stay Metrics to Provide Proprietary Data and Insight to TCA Profitability Program (TPP) Members - September 17, 2019


 

 

For Immediate Release

September 17, 2019

 

 

Stay Metrics to Provide Proprietary Data and Insight

to TCA Profitability Program (TPP) Members

 

Participants receive robust benchmarking data on driver retention, turnover, and engagement

 

 

 

Alexandria, Virginia and South Bend, Indiana: The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) Profitability Program (TPP) is pleased to announce that Stay Metrics, a provider of driver retention tools for motor carriers, has agreed to provide TPP members with proprietary data via the inGauge online benchmarking platform.

 

The data presented under the branding Stay Data™ banner, will be provided to TPP participants as part of the inGauge™ platform which is managed by FreightWaves®.

 

Stay Metrics will provide regular updates to the benchmarking data and highlight key insights that will be of interest to carriers seeking to remain competitive in the driver labor market.

 

The initial data set includes, among other exclusive data sets and charts, an updated Stay Days Table™ and insights into drivers’ perceptions on how easy it is to leave their carriers. Stay Metrics also provides several online resources to help participants develop strategies to improve and overcome the benchmarking numbers.

 

“The TPP program is one of the best resources available to help carriers succeed,” says Stay Metrics co-founder and CEO, Tim Hindes. “The data we provide is one more tool TPP carriers can use to know if they’re on the right track with retention. We’re looking forward to this great partnership.”

 

TPP Program Manager and FreightWaves’ VP of Carrier Profitability, Chris Henry, adds, “TCA is committed to providing robust data and value to the TPP participants; thanks to Stay Metrics, this comes at no additional cost to the carrier member.”

 

Upon their next login to the inGauge platform, TPP participants will see the option for Stay Data™ in the main menu and can explore the data and supplementary resources.

 

Interested in sharing unique data that will be beneficial to the TPP participants? Contact Chris Henry at chris@tcaingauge.com.

 

About Stay Metrics

Stay Metrics helps motor carriers realize Retention. Not Regrets. Its industry-leading retention toolkit includes onboarding, exit, and annual satisfaction surveys as well as a fully-featured online rewards platform. Robust reporting tools, targeted driver intervention opportunities, and insightful client support teams all give carriers actionable data on what is causing turnover in their driver workforce and what changes might reduce it. These tools help drive down expenses, foster fleet growth, and improve the lives of drivers. Stay Metrics is based at Innovation Park at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, IN, and was recently named a “Best Place to Work in Michiana” by the South Bend Tribune.

 

About TCA Profitability Program (TPP)

The TCA Profitability Program (TPP) is the trucking industry’s premier performance improvement solution, fusing TCA’s popular best practice groups and the powerful inGauge™ online benchmarking platform. TPP’s multi-tiered system allows carriers the flexibility to choose exactly how much time and resources they want to dedicate to the program, with plans ranging from simple snapshot composites to full online access and bi-annual meetings.

 

 


 

TCA is the only national trade association whose collective sole focus is the truckload segment of the motor carrier industry. The association represents dry van, refrigerated, flatbed, tankers and intermodal container carriers operating in the 48 contiguous states, as well as Alaska, Mexico, and Canada. Representing operators of nearly 200,000 trucks, which collectively produce annual revenue of more than $38 billion, TCA is an organization tailored to specific truckload carrier needs.

 

 



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