A Wise Shift in Strategy: Wise Systems and IntelliShift Partner on End-to-End Fleet Intelligence

By Alex Passett July 17, 2023

Imagine you run a delivery company with hundreds of vehicles. In this vein, a reliable end-to-end fleet intelligence system is a huge plus. It’s like having a super-intelligent, always-at-the-ready fleet manager who can keep a sharp eye on every vehicle at the same time. This helpful “manager” can direct workers as to where each vehicle is, how fast each may be traveling, when a maintenance requirement arises and much more.

In the world of IoT (Internet of Things) and autonomous vehicles, this “manager-esque” system reliably gathers data from sensors in each vehicle and offers a complete view into fleet performance. This helps businesses ensure vehicles are running efficiently. So when it comes to streamlined delivery automation (i.e. especially of last-mile deliveries), solving safety and operational challenges, and a productive, client-centric approach, it’s ideal to have partners in this space that tackle all of this while also keeping customers’ experiences at the forefront.

Such is the case with Wise Systems and IntelliShift.

Together, Wise and IntelliShift recently announced their partnership on an integrated solution to bring state-of-the-art, end-to-end fleet intelligence to customers. According to the press release which covered their partnering, “By combining Wise Systems’ all-in-one delivery automation platform with IntelliShift’s fleet management software and telematics, customers gain access to highly accurate and dependable intelligence to power next-level deliveries at scale.” With this tightly integrated solution, the partners’ customers will know exactly where their assets are in the field to safely support drivers’ delivery days.

Per Erin Blair, Wise Systems’ Vice President of Strategic Partnerships:

“For last-mile operators, on-time performance, accuracy, and reliability are paramount. Our new partnership addresses these needs, thus simplifying the process of creating a broader and more connected network of solutions for critical business functions.”

And per Greg Mattes, Vice President of Product and Partnerships at IntelliShift:

“We are very excited to announce this partnership with Wise Systems. This integration provides consistently accurate fleet intelligence platform data to power next-level delivery automation, such as auto-arrive and auto-depart capabilities and expedited reporting.”

More info can be found here.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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