Mojio, a connected mobility platform and SaaS solutions provider, announced the launch of its newest connected vehicle solution designed specifically for small business fleets, Force by Mojio.
Powered by the same automotive technology platform that has connected more than 1 million vehicles in North America and Europe, Force by Mojio now gives small business owners mobile-friendly access to real-time vehicle data and alerts. These insights can help hold their drivers accountable, control their operational costs, and keep their vehicles safe and secure, according to the company.
“We collaborated with small business owners from day one, listening to their experiences and learning from their usage patterns,” said Mojio CEO Kenny Hawk. “This enabled us to build a tailored solution that leverages the power of our connected mobility platform to solve frustrating and costly pain points.”
Hawk noted that Mojio built a community of diverse small businesses to guide the user experience design process and provide a rapid feedback loop with real-world testing. “These are the businesses that drive the American economy and they deserve affordable access to technology that helps them compete with larger companies, especially in these challenging times. We’re thrilled to have created a solution that is both easy to choose and easy to use.”
Rick Deitsch is the owner of American Pest Control in Las Vegas. He has six vehicles in his fleet and believes that Force by Mojio pays for itself. “It helps me give faster, better customer service. When I get an urgent call-out, I need to know if my techs can get there within the next hour. They all have cell phones, but sometimes they don't answer, and I don't want to interrupt their work for a simple status check. Instead, I can see exactly where they are, and how fast they can get to the customer's location.”
Solar Energy Concepts in Fresno, Calif., has a fleet of 21 vehicles. According to HR Manager & Controller Ryan Beene, the impact of Force by Mojio on the company’s day-to-day operations is tangible. “It has enabled a new level of accountability for our drivers, encouraging them to really take ownership of their vehicle and how they treat it, resulting in safer driving behavior.”
Brad Allison, owner of Poseidon Pool Service, operates five vehicles in Las Vegas and recommends Force by Mojio to any business in the service industry. “I run a full service business and this is a big help. If I need to take parts out to my technicians, or find out where they are for any other reason, I can easily check the live map. When I see a check engine light, I can find out what it means, so if it's not too serious I can save money by fixing the problem myself instead of going to a mechanic.”
Force by Mojio is available now in the United States. Businesses can get started with a risk-free trial, including the 4G LTE OBD-II tracking devices, cellular data, and access to the web and mobile apps. No contracts and no hidden fees.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online