TomTom that designs, develops and supplies automotive navigation products and services has collaborated with business management software and services provider Sage. TomTom’s WEBFLEET, which it introduced it in the month of June a SaaS fleet management solution, and Sage Live will together deliver real-time accounting for companies with fleets of vehicles.
Tom Tom claims that WEBFLEET is a scalable solution as it helps in improving vehicle performance, saves on fuel, supports drivers and boosts visibility of the data, in short, it enhances overall fleet efficiency. WEBFLEET can be accessed using any operating system and any web browser which supports flash content and requires no installation. WEBFLEET can also be customized and integrated with existing systems and by integrating both will allow Sage Live customers to automatically view fleet data from connected vehicles including trucks, light commercial vehicles and passenger cars.
Thomas Schmidt, Managing Director at TomTom Telematics said:
By partnering with Sage, we are helping to create a more modern and responsive accounting environment, one that capitalizes on cloud technology and the connected car to drive cost savings for our customers. The new software integration will offer a vital service for companies that don’t necessarily need to track and trace their sales or engineering teams on a map, but are interested in getting other core vehicle data into their financial systems.
According to the software and service company, Sage Live is a new integrated accounting solution that gives the user one real-time source of information in order to look ahead and control business from a single device.
Jennifer Warawa, EVP of Product Marketing at Sage stated, “Partnering with TomTom Telematics allows us to harness the power of the connected car for accounting purposes. It also reinforces Sage’s position as the most innovative cloud accounting platform on the market. Providing real-time accounting for vehicle fleets helps make the process more transparent and convenient, and puts companies in greater control of their finances.”