Actsoft Connects with Geotab, Adding New Solution to Geotab MarketplaceJuly 3, 2019 7:29 pm Leave your thoughts
Actsoft and Geotab recently announced a new collaboration to include Actsoft’s flagship solution, Encore, on the Geotab Marketplace, an online solution center for managing mobile assets and workers.
Encore, which now is available to more than 40,000 Geotab customers, is designed to help organizations increase their efficiency, optimize productivity and conserve resources.
The Encore business solution collects and reports relevant information about fleet vehicles, mobile staff and assets back to a company’s headquarters, giving their managers tools to identify areas of inefficiency in routine operations. Leadership teams then can craft smarter, more effective strategies for increased revenue. Encore also better connects administrators to their dispersed employees by allowing them to digitally communicate and coordinate work assignments at will.
“Actsoft solutions are designed to make resource management simpler,” said Tom Mitchell, chief executive officer at Actsoft. “Our end-to-end software products connect ease of use and multifaceted integration capabilities for businesses, helping them gain maximum return on investment.”
Geotab equips more than 1.7 million vehicles with its telematics technology worldwide, according to the company. The Geotab Marketplace is host to more than 200 partner solutions, including hardware add-ons, software add-ins and mobile applications designed to increase productivity and efficiency as well as improve safety and fuel usage.
“With a high level of expertise in mobile resource management, we are excited to provide Geotab users with access to Actsoft’s Encore solution on the Geotab Marketplace,” added Joey Marlow, executive vice president, U.S. operations at Geotab. “By working with world-class Marketplace partners such as Actsoft, we are furthering our commitment to our customers to provide them with the tools needed to help them better manage their fleets.”Tags: Actsoft
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This post was written by Telematics Talk Staff