Using real-time intelligence to solve transportation issues

Isotrak is a provider of fleet management software solutions and systems integration to some of the largest Fortune 500 companies and to six of the top 25 largest food retailers worldwide. With its ATMSi transport management system, customers gain real-time visibility, control and measurement of their fleet’s performance through: vehicle and trailer tracking, job and resource management, electronic proof-ofdelivery (ePOD), driver communications, driving style management and business intelligence reporting.

Isotrak knows that the demands placed on delivery fleets are constantly evolving and customers require greater insight into fleet operations so it uses business intelligence data to provide retailers and manufacturers with a total vision of their transportation ecosystem. Expanding the capabilities of its real-time ATMSi fleet management system, Isotrak provides integrated supply chain solutions that access real-time data with robust alerting and reporting capabilities.

Aeris LogoWith 25% of the world’s top food retailers using Isotrak products, Isotrak required quicker access to analytics for its IoT/M2M deployments – delivered with reliable reporting methods and at a low total cost of ownership.

Isotrak turned to Aeris, an operator of end-to-end IoT and M2M services and a technology provider enabling other operators to build profitable IoT businesses, to provide a reliable mobile network optimised to meet the demands of worldwide fleet management systems, while providing actionable visibility into the IoT/M2M solution.

“Our fleet management system provides advanced data and reporting scenarios for complete visibility into the transportation ecosystem,”

explains Jason Price, the sales and marketing director at Isotrak.

“We wanted to ensure reliable connectivity services and data insights no matter where our customers are located. By complimenting our solution with Aeris’ IoT network solutions, we are able to provide a robust, global solution that goes well beyond improved connectivity and competitive rate plans. Our customers gain access to real-time, useful information at their fingertips that helps improve their cost structure.”

Aeris offers global support for the major cellular technology standards, such as GSM, CDMA and LTE, and this enables Isotrak to offer its customers flexibility and the potential for growth across the globe. In addition, Aeris’ flexible pricing models meant that Isotrak could partner with Aeris without having the burden of an initial large financial outlay.

Powered by Aeris’ network, Isotrak delivers solutions for telematics and fleet management customers who want to lower their data costs and improve operational efficiencies with data analytics. The security built-in to the Aeris system with a private virtual network gives Isotrak – and its customers – the peace of mind to enable them to focus on maintaining a competitive advantage.

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