Fleetonomy, an AI-based fleet management solution, announced today that Audi Business Innovation GmbH has completed a successful project with the start-up company which focused on operational management of Audi’s multi-service mobility offering. Fleetonomy’s advanced fleet management capabilities help maximize company assets, drive higher utilization and increase revenue.
"Audi has always aspired to provide a great experience by advancing through innovation and technology. By taking an innovative multi-service approach, Fleetonomy’s platform showed great success in improving fleet efficiency while simultaneously reducing costs associated with utilization and operation according to fleet constraints,” said Nils Noack, Mobility Strategy, Audi Business Innovation GmbH. “We’re looking forward to exploring further the opportunity to leverage Fleetonomy’s AI-based fleet management platforms and to pushing Audi’s vision of innovative mobility services."
Accurate asset planning is required to ensure that all locations have the correct inventory to meet the demand. Fleetonomy’s platform provides vehicle demand prediction, customer analytics, and fleet optimization insights that improve real-time decision making when managing day-to-day fleet operations. The Fleetonomy platform also serves as a bridge for managing mixed fleets that include both autonomous and human-driven vehicles.
“As the industry transforms, automotive manufacturers are expanding their role as providers of on-demand transportation services and are looking for efficient ways to manage their fleets according to dynamic demand and supply,” said Fleetonomy Co-Founder & CEO Israel Duanis. “Fleetonomy provides unique fleet management solutions that help fleet operators automate, optimize and manage smart transportation services that meet current and future industry needs. We are very excited to have taken part in this project and are confident that Fleetonomy can positively influence overall efficiency, as well as enhance Audi’s smart transportation management capabilities in the future.”