Astrata expands into LCV telematics market

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HGV telematics and fleet management provider Astrata has branched into the European LCV market with the launch of its new VanLinc solution.

Astrata has branched into the European LCV market

Astrata has branched into the European LCV market

The new technology draws upon the firm’s 25 years plus in developing high-end telematics software for the HGV industry globally by offering a comprehensive fleet management solution designed for easy use and giving real-time insights on drivers, vehicles and other assets.

VanLinc has been designed for easy integration with other business systems – such as HR, enterprise resource planning, transportation and warehouse – for joined-up working and improved efficiencies and can also be integrated with refrigeration systems to maintain constant temperature control during transport.

Drawing up on its HGV background, Astrata – formerly known as Qualcomm Enterprise Services Europe – can also offer its ADAMS Essential supply chain and last mile delivery software, which manages all business logistics in one comprehensive single view, giving operators full visibility and control.

Simon Hill, head LCV solutions sales and business development, said: “The VanLinc and ADAMS solutions really are revolutionary for the LCV market, on a strategic and operational level. Today’s transport management systems and supply-chain solutions can’t cope with modern enterprise needs. Our solutions are able to seamlessly integrate with any other business system to cover every aspect of a business’s day-to-day operations.”

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Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.