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STRATIM Unveils Fleet Management Platform for Urban Fleets and Autonomous Vehicles

| November 14, 2017


STRATIM, a mobility and fleet infrastructure company, has launched the a platform designed specifically for highly distributed urban fleets, including on-demand car sharing and riding services, urban commute providers and autonomous vehicles.

Under development since early 2016, STRATIM Platform has undergone trials and field testing, and is already powering 50 new mobility services in North America from companies including GM and Toyota. As of this time, STRATIM is processing transactions and services for thousands of ecosystem vendors and has tracked more than one million vehicles through its platform.

The company notes that “STRATIM is the only solution for the transportation industry that allows fleet owners to manage all their 1st and 3rd party vendors through a single interface.”

The goal is to provide a simple, centralized way to provision, schedule and transact maintenance services from fueling up, tuning up and repairing to washing and detailing fleets of cars.

“STRATIM’s mission is to enable the future of mobility by building easy-to-use technology that enables high-performing fleets at scale and removes the operational complexity for our customers,” said Sean Behr, co-founder and CEO of STRATIM. “While other vendors offer segmented software or service solutions, STRATIM Platform provides a holistic suite of software and services through a single interface that unchains our customers’ resources so they can focus on growing their business, not running it.”

The group further noted: “For the future of intelligent fleets to realize their full potential and sustain a viable business model, the management and maintenance of the vehicles must be simple, cost-effective and frictionless. STRATIM has created the software-based infrastructure that modernizes operations, unifies systems, optimizes logistics and enables transportation companies to deliver better, more modern mobility experiences.”


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