Fleet Advantage reported results of its Q3/17 operating cycle, with more than $80 million secured in loan originations during the quarter, as well as onboarding two of the top private fleets in North America in the food distribution and industrial gases sectors.
With the client additions during the third quarter, Fleet Advantage is now servicing 25 of the top 100 truck fleets in the country. ATLAAS (Advanced Truck Lifecycle Administrative Analytics Software), the company’s data analytics software, now has more than five billion miles of data as part of the company’s tracking and analysis.
Both private fleets and for-hire transportation organizations are increasingly relying on data-driven analytics found in fleet studies that offer customized optics into overall truck lifecycle performance, as well as the costs associated with each vehicle. These fleet study analytics address equipment performances including truck lifecycle, utilization, acquisition strategies, spec and residual values with a consultative approach that offers guidance on better fleet optimization. These fleet studies have helped organizations save millions by realizing a more cost-effective way to utilize assets, including remarketing strategies that best-position each vehicle at the end of use.
“Through their comprehensive fleet analytics, Fleet Advantage delivered an innovative modernization plan to manage our truck lifecycles and utilization,” said David Myers, senior vice president of Operations at SYGMA. “Their commitment to perform continuous fleet monitoring and analysis is one of the leading reasons we chose Fleet Advantage. They proved to be a strong partner early on, as they remarketed our previously owned trucks in a timely fashion, which enhanced the value of the equipment.”
The SYGMA Network provides delivery services for some of the largest food chains in the country and is part of the SYSCO Corporation with a fleet size of more than 1,500 vehicles.
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