Top 10: Fleet Management software
Updated: November 13, 2022
Some of the most popular fleet management software options are listed below.
2021. Fleet software startup LocoNav raises $37M
LocoNav, an India-based startup that is helping drivers and fleet owners in over two-dozen nations run their vehicles more efficiently and save money, has raised $37 million in a new financing round. Over half a million vehicle and fleet owners in 25 nations use LocoNav’s platform today, which uses AI to help them manage their fleet operations, keep a watch on performance, and improve efficiency. The startup’s platform delivers assistance and recommendations to drivers to make better choices. LocoNav also enables customers to track fuel usage, and any potential theft. Its platform supports over a thousand devices and sensors, enabling it to onboard new customers very quickly.
2021. BigChange raises $102M for a platform to help manage service fleets
BigChange, a U.K. startup that builds fleet management software to help track and direct jobs to those on the go whose “offices” tend to be vehicles, has closed a round of $102M. The company has built a business by tapping into the advances of technology to build apps for field service engineers and those back at the mothership who run operations and help manage their jobs, workers who in the past might have used phone calls, paperwork and lots of extra round trips between offices and sites in order to run things.
2020. Bringg nabs $30M to expand its delivery logistics platform used by Walmart and others
Bringg, which helps companies build and run delivery operations, is announcing a growth round of $30 million to meet expanding demand for its services. Tel Aviv-based Bringg already counts giants like Walmart, McDonald’s and Coke among its customers, and most recently introduced a last-mile delivery platform called BringgNow aimed at small and medium businesses to mobilise and manage their own and third-party fleets of delivery people.