Instructions for Logging Into Your Peoplenet Fleet Manager Account (Pfmlogin).

In fact, you’ll need to “assign the correct assets, freight, and drivers to the right loads, every time,” which requires a combination of talents.

It takes a long time and costs a lot of money.

What’s the bottom line? You need to employ tools that streamline and simplify the process if you want to get more bang for your buck.

Trimble’s transportation management products can help you improve operational efficiency while lowering expenses. Here are a few examples of what you can do using Peoplenet’s Fleet Manager:

  • Drivers should be managed for scheduling.
  • Handle order scheduling that is repetitious.
  • Multi-stop and multi-order deliveries should be made easier.
  • Trimble TMS can help you save money across your whole fleet.

Trimble TMS is something you may already be familiar with. Great! Here’s how to get started.

www.pfmlogin.com is the website for PeopleNet’s Fleet Manager. Customers can also access a mobile site using their existing login credentials, so if you’re on a mobile device, go pfmlogin

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If you need to use the ELD Driver Portal, simply enter your Company ID and password and click “Sign In.”

If you’re looking for PeopleNet’s Mobile PeopleNet Fleet Manager (PFM), a mobile site that allows you to access vehicle and driver data, maps, and messaging from an iPad, follow these steps:

  • At the bottom of the Pfmlogin page, click the PFM Driver Center Login link.
  • Enter your company’s ID, which is usually four digits long.
  • Enter your driver’s license number.
  • Fill in your password, which is usually four digits long.
    Then select “Login.”

You may now see duty status changes and summaries, as well as print logs and per diem reports.

To download a per diem report, for example, click on the drop-down arrow and select the month you want to print. After that, you may either print the report or have it sent to you.

Have you tried accessing your account using PeopleNet’s Mobile PeopleNet Fleet Manager (PFM)? Please let us know what you think in the comments section below. Also, please don’t forget to share this page if you find it beneficial.

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