Transpoco Drives Synchronicity in Fleet Management with Aeris IoT Solutions
- Functional Applications - Fleet Management Systems (FMS)
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
- Networks & Connectivity - Cellular
- Fleet Management
In competitive markets, companies from couriers to cleaning services are always concerned with profitability and maintaining top performance. One key to keeping costs reasonable is managing their fleets of service vehicles to improve route planning, monitor dispatches, reduce fuel costs, and track maintenance. To accomplish all this, Transpoco created SynX, a fleet management and GPS vehicle tracking solution that helps companies to synchronize their fleet of vehicles with their drivers and their corporate targets. The system allows clients to massively reduce fuel costs and optimise time through a complete fleet monitoring system. The SynX product gives a complete view of fleet operations to any organization with a vehicle on the road. Transpoco focuses on collecting all the data generated by the fleet and connecting it together in one place. Its customers don’t have time to delve through spreadsheets and reports, so the SynX software helps them implement changes in their fleets as easily as possible. By integrating this data, SynX literally synchronizes every aspect from drivers to vehicles, from maintenance to safety, and optimises relationships within teams. To help its customers achieve improvements in performance, cost reduction, and overall peace of mind, Transpoco itself had to grow quickly with both product offerings and geographic reach. This required broader connectivity coverage and more complete Internet of Things tools so SynX could give complete insights into crucial fleet data for decision-making.
Aeris’ global support of major cellular technology standards, such as GSM, CDMA, and LTE, enables Transpoco to offer its customer’s flexibility and the potential for growth across the globe. In addition, Aeris’ flexible pricing models and minimal upfront commitment means that Transpoco could move to Aeris without having the burden of an initial large financial outlay