Enhance Fleet Management Capabilities with FieldRoutes' Software, Now Integrated with ServiceTitan Fleet Pro


We’re so close, readers – IoT Evolution Expo 2024 begins in less than five days! From February 13-15 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, there’ll be so many activities to take part in; attendees can explore the venue’s massive exhibit hall and join special panel discussions and workshops covering tons of IoT, IIoT, 4G/5G/6G, and smart city-centric topics (e.g. wireless connectivity demos, specific eSIMs/iSIM developments, automation and real-time analytics solutions, EV and AV technologies, ESG in IoT and more). Take a peek at the event agenda here, and read about the scope of the ITEXPO #TECHSUPERSHOW experience that IoT Evolution Expo 2024 is a part of here.

With this exciting show info in mind, let’s also cover a related Internet of Things topic pertaining to cloud-based and mobile SaaS provider for IoT field service businesses, FieldRoutes, a ServiceTitan company.

FieldRoutes is on a mission to empower growth for field service teams via simplified operational management offerings – and a new part this FieldRoutes mission will soon be fulfilled because the company has officially announced an integration of ServiceTitan Fleet Pro with FieldRoutes’ existing software.

The long-story-short of it: With this new integration, FieldRoutes customers will be able to directly leverage ServiceTitan Fleet Pro to oversee operations across entire fleet management lifecycles, leading to greater cost-saving opportunities and driver safety improvements (as well as increased overall ROI).

According to FieldRoutes, businesses can utilize this solution to “access real-time and historical fleet data from a vehicle's GPS system and AI-assisted smart cameras, which can streamline costs and improve performance.” One fleet management report even detailed how using ServiceTitan Fleet Pro can minimize accidents by nearly 75% (while reducing distracting driving and encouraging consistent vehicle maintenance).

"Our customers are facing increasingly complex challenges, from staffing shortages to fluctuating fuel costs, adding pressure to their roles," one representative said. "Business owners have less time to focus on strategically planning daily routes, when to schedule vehicle maintenance, or where to cut costs. This integration enhances many existing solutions, empowering our customers to meet the evolving market, ensure both driver and community safety, and propel them forward."

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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