Fleet Advantage was included on the FreightWaves’ list of Freight.Tech 100 most innovative and disruptive companies in freight.
According to FreightWaves, the companies and technologies nominated for the Freight.Tech 100 include work around artificial intelligence, blockchain, digital brokerage and more. Fleet Advantage was nominated and accepted for its proprietary award-winning software innovation ATLAAS (Advanced Truck Lifecycle Administrative Analytics Software).
The software has helped Fleet Advantage become one of the most disruptive and innovative companies in freight today, offering comprehensive asset management solutions that include asset optimization, and complete lifecycle management offerings. This past month, Fleet Advantage unveiled new enhancements – ATLAAS Unified, that now offers a single platform with custom views so that finance and operations can look at critical fleet data together and understand how truck utilization is impacting the organization. New features include intuitive dashboards that replace spreadsheets; fleet list management capabilities; and visibility into a truck’s TIPPINGPOINT – the point at which a truck reaches economic obsolescence, when it costs more to operate the current vehicle than to replace it with newer equipment.
The Freight.Tech 100 nominations were sought, and a panel chosen by FreightWaves narrowed the list of more than 500 nominations to 100 companies. Those 100 companies will now be judged by the external panel and voting conducted by, and overseen by, accounting firm Katz, Sapper & Miller (KSM). The panel includes industry executives, academics and investors, all of whom will rank their top 25 companies in the Freight.Tech 100, comprising the Freight.Tech 25 receiving special recognition.
“This recognition from FreightWaves is a testament to the hard work, commitment and dedication to excellence our team displays in providing the best innovative solutions for the industry,” said Brian Holland, president and CFO of fleet Advantage. “What’s more, technologies such as ATLAAS have proven to offer a distinct competitive advantage to our clients and partners, helping them save millions each year through their asset acquisition and management strategies.”
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