CV Show 2014 Preview: Isotrak (Part II)
By Byron Rimmer
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - 15:35
PREVIEW: Isotrak to team with Airclic
Isotrak and Airclic are teaming up to demonstrate their improved fleet management and mobile supply chain at the Commercial Vehicle Show.
The telematics providers and cloud-based solutions providers are presenting their integrated portfolio of solutions to Show visitors.
With a focus on the transportation and logistics, food services and retail distribution industries, the solutions automate and optimise mobile fleet and supply chain logistics.
This helps reduce shrinkage on delivery, optimise fuel consumption and cut carbon emissions, as well as improve customer service through real-time visibility.
The combination of these solutions has already proven successful for a number of companies in both Europe and North America.
Airclic’s cloud-based Perform products help optimise and automate the flow of goods across the last mile of the mobile supply chain and cross-docking operations.
Perform products enable customers in multiple industries to eliminate paper and paper-based processes, record what goods and assets were received, staged, loaded onto a vehicle and delivered, and when – at every delivery point.
The ability to manage exceptions in real-time provides accuracy to the invoice process.
Pol Sweeney, Managing Director for Europe and CTO of Airclic, said: “Through our partnership with Isotrak, enterprises can now have an accurate and real-time view of two critical elements of their business – the vehicle and the product on the vehicle.
“This combination enables accurate asset tracking and cost savings across a wide number of operational areas within the clients’ business, and brings a competitive edge that helps drive business growth and bottom line improvements.”
This year’s CV Show takes place at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, between April 29 and May 1.
Last year’s event attracted more than 18,000 visitors, with even more expected this year.
Isotrak can be found at Stand 4G90.
Image courtesy of thomselomsen, with thanks.