satellite asset tracking solution company GlobalTrack, will now offer a one-stop-shop for humanitarian fleets.
Online PR News – 26-July-2011 – – Two of the world’s leading suppliers to the humanitarian fleet market have united to deliver a fully integrated software and satellite asset tracking and management solution to international NGOs.
After meeting at this year's Fleet Forum conference in Geneva, global fleet management system provider, Chevin Fleet Solutions and satellite asset tracking solution company GlobalTrack, will now offer a one-stop-shop for humanitarian fleets.
Managing director of Chevin, Ashley Sowerby, commented: "Since Chevin was established over twenty years ago, it has worked with some of the world's most acclaimed NGOs. Our new partnership with GlobalTrack enables us to share this expertise and offer our client base the complete solution for their fleets."
Both companies have unmatched experience improving the performance of high profile fleets within the international aid sector. The partnership will see Chevin's renowned web-based FleetWave software combined with GlobalTrack’s state-of-the-art vehicle tracking technology.
A real-time data feed from GlobalTrack's on-vehicle telematics units will automatically update fleet information within FleetWave. Details on asset location and mileage will be seamlessly integrated from vehicle tracking technology and FleetWave, significantly reducing manual input to facilitate accurate reporting.
Pieter Smits, CEO of GlobalTrack, added: "We share many clients with Chevin, so it makes sense to consolidate our approach in order to provide a more coherent package that will have enhanced capabilities, and ultimately result in a cost reduction for the end user."
About Chevin Fleet Solutions:
Chevin Fleet Solutions was established in Derbyshire, England in 1990 and has quickly grown into a leading global provider of dedicated fleet management systems for all vehicle and transport operations. Bespoke software solutions from Chevin are used by over 500 businesses in more than 30 countries around the world, effectively managing fleets ranging from 20 to 20,000+ vehicles.
Chevin's two core products are FleetWave, the world's first web-based enterprise fleet management system, and RoadBASE, the most flexible and adaptable windows-based management solution. With these solutions Chevin was recently shortlisted for "Fleet Supplier of the Year" at the 2010 Fleet News Awards, won the ITM Award for "Best Fleet Management Software", and was commended in the last two years by the Green Fleet Awards in the "IT Innovation” and "IT / Communications Product of the Year" categories. It was also commended in 2008 in Fleet World Magazine’s "Technology Award” category.
Chevin's progress continues unabated, with the Company recently achieving Microsoft Accredited Partner status. Gold standard accreditation is expected in the near future, which will confirm that the Company's two core fleet management software products are engineered to the highest possible specifications.
About Global Track:
GlobalTrack was established in Johannesburg in 2001 and currently serves over 250 clients, tracking thousands of assets across the globe. GlobalTrack makes exclusive use of Inmarsat satellite communication technology and combines this with custom engineering and their acclaimed WebTrack software platform. GlobalTrack provides its clients with a one-stop-shop for tracking and managing asset efficiently.
GlobalTrack has global customers with a specific focus and footprint on the African continent - GlobalTrack have optimised their solutions to deal with the harsh African and other tough environmental conditions where limited telecommunication infrastructure is a challenge. This is just one of the reasons many industries, including NGOs, put faith in GlobalTrack’s unique and specialised solutions.
GlobalTrack's on-going successes have made them the number one in reseller for Africa for "IsatM2M Skywave/Inmarsat" in 2010 as well as being their number 1 Worldwide Duo-900/Surelinx re-selller last year and into the future". One of their very unique in-house engineered products, the BAT-340, was awarded "Frost & Sullivan 2010 - Most innovative tracking product for Africa award".