How to save fuel costs and more using an integrated fleet management solution.

All those who are fleet operators, owners or managers know that fuel and usage costs make up a big part of the overall running costs of vehicles which affect ROI also. Discover here how to reduce fuel costs through a smart fleet management solution.

Reduce Idling Time. It is a fact that engine idling affects the fuel economy of any vehicle and for fleets it adds up collectively to fuel costs. The FMS can send alerts on idling time to drivers to help them avoid it.

Reduce mileage by route monitoring.  Monitor whether the vehicle is keeping to the route plan which is based on the shortest distance possible and other factors like traffic density, etc. Planning routes can make a 12% difference. A fleet management solution using data history will be able to identify the most effective rout for drivers and prevent misuse.

Locate nearest vehicle option. Use the software to locate the vehicle and assess the driver and according to geographical proximity allocate the task to save time and fuel.

Driving style/behaviour monitoring. Monitoring the driving style and driver behaviour not only is for safety but also help improve fuel economy. Correcting the driving habits can save costs.

Geofencing using telematics. A fleet management solution uses telematics to track and monitor vehicles and the software can offer Geofencing to keep on road vehicles within predetermined boundaries using maps and GPS triggered alerts to stop misuse and unwanted mileage.

Creating Vehicle Preventive Maintenance. Your fleet management solution is capable of using your collected data to create a maintenance or service schedule for preventive maintenance. It will greatly improve the uptime and efficiency of the fleets.

Explore fuel purchase options. Large operators can centrally base their fuel buying for cost benefits and small fleet owners can save by opting for a fuel card.

Other factors that positively contribute include:

Using Telematics and Driver Apps.

  • The FMS uses telematics to gather critical information and store data for analysis and insights.
  • Integrated with a custom mobile app it can help to manage the fleet and drivers in real-time.
  • Telematics help to obtain data to create awareness of where extra fuel is used up, such as hard braking or accelerating, or where it is saved, like stop idling of engine.
  • Using audio or visual alerts to point at poor practices sent directly to the driver cabin.

 The Choice of Vehicle. When purchasing or replacing vehicles, check the fuel efficiency figures provided by the OEM or by test reports and also consider the type of fuel suited for vehicle in your particular business.

Trinetra’s FMS software uses telematics to effectively monitor and track vehicles or fleet and other assets in real-time, over large territories. The system overlaid on a web-based platform, is developed for remote access, accessible to all stakeholders assigned to it. When integrated with a customised mobile app, the fleet management solution offers great features to manage and streamline fleet operations, to efficiently and economically manage a fleet business.

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GPS tracking when integrated into transport management works wonders.

The GPS or Global Positioning system has found its way into many things, such as the smartphone, mobile devices, computers, even wearables, or embedded in the navigation system of vehicles. However, there are many specifics around it and how it works. The tech which has been around for some time is no longer solely used by the military or government, but has become a part of everyday personal and public life.

Telematics and GPS tech.

GPS tracking and devices have become common in cars and commercial vehicles and also transportation fleets. Thanks to telematics this system has become essential for enhancing fleet management. Telematics technology uses the near real time data from GPS which is obtained from vehicles tracking devices and from the vehicles OBD port, all connected via a wide wireless network.

Using GPS Tracking software

The GPS tracking software combines performance data got from the device and location data from the vehicle to analyse the operations in real-time in order to improve safety, productivity and fuel efficiency. The software interprets telematics data with vehicle tracking info, that’s overlaid on a map, to update it on the computer or mobile app, to offer complete visibility into fleet operations. The system can set up Geofencing to help monitor security aspects and location of vehicles.

Integrating GPS with Transportation.

By integrating GPS tracking with the overall logistics and transportation operations, it addresses and delivers real value to all stakeholders, be they the fleet owners/operators, drivers or end customers. Logistics management assists in planning and facilitating goods movement from point to point, as part of the supply chain management system.

Significant benefits include:

  • Better customer satisfaction by improving reliability and speed of deliveries.
  • Improved transparency highlights areas of discrepancy needing improvement or remedy.
  • Cost savings by better control over goods movement, inventory management, order processing.
  • Data sharing between systems reduces administration efforts and errors.
  • Overall visibility ads ability to shift schedules according to requirements.
  • Better management using data on goods shipped, its movement & directions with site/route maps.

Trinetra’s FMS software uses a telematics to efficiently monitor and track vehicles and other assets across large geographic areas mostly in real-time. Run on a web-based platform built for easy and remote access, it’s available to all stakeholders with rights. Empowered with a custom mobile app, the system offers multiple benefits to manage and streamline fleet operations and transportation both efficiently and economically in any sector.

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Eight ways that make the fleet management system work smarter for you.

There are smart ways to make your fleet management more effective to meet the unique requirements of your fleet of Vehicles or truck fleets. They are now easier to manage thanks to advancement in technology and IT, greatly improving a number of areas to benefit fleet owners or operators. Find here the 7 ways fleet management software (like Trinetra’s FMS) can help make your fleet business more profitable and productive.

  1. Telematics enable real-time connectivity.

Fitting the vehicle or truck with the GPS tracking hardware and activating the device and software is all what you need to do to get instant fleet management. The FMS software will take care of all the requirements of the fleet managers and operators via telematics.

  1. Vehicle specific routes mapped.

The software provides navigational module for the drivers to safely move them from destination so the next and so on. GPS vehicle tracking offers number of significant advantages to keep drivers efficient safe and stress-free. A capable vehicle navigation and routing module is one of the most effective safety measures for drivers.

  1. Truck/Vehicle specific routing is based on the vehicle size and load.

Realistic maps help prepare drivers to make their journey efficiently and economically. Updates and notifications help drivers respond to route changes or detours. The rout is charted based on the size of the vehicle and the type of load it is carrying. Help drivers by providing more info such as weight limits, low bridge clearance, entry and exit points, rest stops or parking areas, etc. to get their way to each destination up to the last mile.

  1. Maximize uptime with preventive maintenance.

Maintenance managers are provided with a wealth of information and diagnostic data too on the health of vehicles. Compared with the OEM data provided by vehicle manufacturers maintenance managers currently get far more accurate evaluation of how the vehicles are performing as well as enable them to plan upcoming maintenance and their schedules. Service centres also get advanced notice of the schedules to be prepared. This data also helps the company plan vehicle life cycle and help develop best practice guidelines.

  1. GPS tracking to monitor movement, location and door-open events.

Robust hardware installed in vehicles or trucks monitor in real-time 24X7 the movements and location. It can also monitor the ‘door opening and closing’ events for reasons of safety and security. Geofencing can be set up by the software to monitor vehicle movements and also to automatically notify managers, such as when a vehicle enters or leaves a location or site.

  1. Automatic POD and fast turnaround by GPS on Geofences.

Using GPS enabled tracking the FMS lets you detect the location of a vehicle, or driver, or mobile asset, when entering or exiting the’ geofenced’ area which has added value to the system. it can be used to confirm automatically the Proof of Delivery (POD) and electronically tagged as a completed task. It can also trigger other functions like billing, despatch scheduling and others and cuts down paperwork completely.

  1. Communication Channel & Web Access

The software help you set up interactive communication channel and data streams with fleet managers, drivers, backend staff, facilitating alerts & notifications, messages, feedback forms, complaints registry, monitoring parameters, etc. The FMS software is web hosted and mobile app integrated for easy data transfer in real-time and always accessible via a compatible communication channel.

  1. BYOD Option

A BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) option can help reduce costs of managing fleets, as drivers can use their own device, a smartphone or tablet, with an app on either iOS or Android platform to be connected with the Headquarters. Integration with GPS tracking and mobile app installation, the system can facilitate navigation, cover compliance and driver behaviour and help in work order management, which all improves the work experience.

Trinetra’s Fleet Management Software uses a telematics to constantly monitor parameters and track vehicles or mobile assets across territories. It works in real time on a web-based platform built for easy and remote access by all stakeholders. With a customised mobile app, to helps run and streamline fleet operations economically ensuring a better ROI.

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Start your intelligent fleet management journey today!

As technology and innovation advances, facilities and services get enhancement; thus fleet owners and operators too have gained as their fleet management system works overtime to resolve the issues arising, to improve performance and profitability. The evolution of the business model for fleet operations is leading to the adoption of intelligent systems. More companies are adopting IoT technologies to make comprehensive solutions to locate, track, monitor and manage fleets of vehicles.

There are opportunities awaiting you at the door and the logistics sector are ready to enter a smarter threshold of intelligent management systems. Trinetra FMS system can launch you into the smarter threshold with an IoT enabled system. It’s time you embarked on to the Intelligent Fleet Management system and here’s how you start your journey.

Starting your Intelligent FMS project.

Starting the intelligent FMS project, you desire on you own (as an operator) could be a daunting task. However, to integrate IoT into the project you will again need internal IoT expertise and resources. The expertise to build on top an enterprise grade and tested IoT platform that’s usable across the industry.

Adopt a built, customisable platform. This is where Trinetra’s Fleet Management System (FMS) comes in to help you out. First of all, you can easily customise and tailor the FMS software to meet your organisation’s needs and requirements. Another benefit is you are not tied down to a legacy system that is unable of adapting and changing to meet your fleet’s evolving requirements and shift in preferences. One other benefit is you can scale up operations easily and also access potential revenue lines by accessing any business data or performance metrics that you require for analysing or exploring possibilities as Trinetra offers both GPS hardware and software integration.

Outline Objective and Policy. Have a clear understanding of your objective and the reason to make the move to an intelligent system and identify the group of vehicles for it. Make up your policy with regard to the structure of the plan, the type of vehicles, its life cycle, the sector targeted.

Selection of Vehicle.  The selection of vehicle should be a data based decision making exercise to fulfil the requirements or meet the challenges. Selection is broadly based on factors like, life span (mileage), fuel consumption, service cost & schedule, repairs, replacements and maintenance. It can also be an optimal mix of vehicle types.

Make the Process. You need to set up the process required to achieve the desired results. The process can include the procedures for procuring and filling fuel, managing driver behaviour and choice, scheduling of shifts, maintenance or service calls, etc.

Two-way Communication Channels. Make sure you set up interactive communication channels and data streams needed, involving fleet managers, drivers, backend staff, for alerts & notifications, messages, feedback forms, complaints registry, monitoring parameters, etc.

Audit & Review. Once the policy is defined, consistently review the process, outcomes, data, reports and audit all accessible, collected information and data that will activate necessary responses, tweaks, actions and corrections. Define the key performance indicators (KRI) to extract insights for management using vindicated audit reports done periodically.

Incorporate IoT advantage. By incorporating the right IoT solution enterprises can streamline their operations, set up geo-fencing, remotely track their assets, get alerts and notifications and gain better visibility and insights all in real-time. thereby they increase uptime of vehicles, monitor temperature parameters, driving behaviour, optimise routes, reduce fuel and maintenance costs and get cost based savings.

Trinetra’s FMS software uses a telematics to effectively monitor and track vehicles and assets across geographies in real time. It works on a web-based platform built for easy and remote access to all stakeholders. Added with a customised mobile app, it accrues many benefits to helps run and streamline fleet operations economically in any industry ensuring a better ROI. You  can gather more info about Trinetra Wireless at our website:  (

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Use benchmarking to improve your fleet performance and management.

Fleet Performance Management Software

It is essential to evaluate your fleet operations’ success year over year and also how it compares to other operators, to remain competitive and profitable. One way to track your progress is by setting benchmarks and process to support it. The benchmark is an important metric to which data can be compared to determine how the fleet operations are performing. With benchmarks you track your operation costs better, determine vehicle replacement time and also compare with other operations.

Operating Costs can be Tracked. Operating costs include a host of factors that include labour costs to vehicle downtime and more. Measure your fleet operations to determine its performance and to ensure your company is on the right track. A company’s fleet manager constantly works to find ways to economise operations and improve the ROI.

Replace Vehicles on time. By tracking the costs on each vehicle, you can prevent overspend on an asset. The benchmark will help identify the vehicles you are spending more than necessary. If fuel expenses, repairs and parts are more than they should be, then it is time to replace the asset, as it has become too expensive to keep it running. On the other hand, if an older vehicle is not expensive to run as per the benchmark, you can keep the vehicle active in the fleet for more time.

Compare with other operators. Keep your benchmarks as per industry benchmarks, to help you determine how your operations compare with other operators. By tracking your data and comparing with benchmarks, you’ll know if you are spending more on labour, repairs or parts and whether vehicle downtime is longer than others. Update information and benchmarks will help you evaluate your internal process and help to make changes, if necessary.

An effective fleet management software (FMS) is needed to help your vehicles perform well and generate the income required for your company. The fleet management program can use benchmarks to manage, compare and improve your fleet business and identify cost savings. Modern Fleet Management Solutions use telematics in helping to diagnose fleet vehicle condition and maintenance issues. With the help of benchmarks and GPS enabled telematics, remote monitoring of vehicles will lead to better vehicle utilisation and better driver management, which all add to cost savings and a better ROI.

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How to manage your fleet with less staff.

The modern fleet manager is consistently working to economise operations and improve the ROI of the company, but when a calamity hits the economy, the challenges being faced change altogether. The Covid-19 pandemic is a medical catastrophe that has hit most parts of the world leaving economies to run in crisis mode. The transport and logistics industry the world over is one of the hardest hit.

Fleet operators have to run on reduced budgets to make up for big losses caused by the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns. Due to various reasons operators are forced to run operations with reduced staff. It may be owing to layoff or medical reasons, but the managers have to put the show back on the road. Managers have to face the challenges of the new normal caused by the Covid-19 virus outbreak.

It is difficult to get the same work done with lesser staff members. However here are some ways to follow to manage the situation as best as possible.

First is to review & evaluate operations. One of the first things the fleet manager or owner has to do is to review and evaluate the operations and process. Find out tasks and processes that are duplicated at multiple points or by employees. Identify the obstructions in the process and areas where more time is taken. Get inputs from your staff and make a list of improvements to be done. Discuss all this and work with your staff to make the process efficient.

Implement and make best use of FMS software. Use your existing, or if not immediately implement, the fleet management system software to streamline operations and make them more efficient. Your list of improvements and innovations can be implemented through the FMS software. The maintenance process too can be streamlined by analysing all information about the vehicles, stored in on place (centralised). It will reduce time in paperwork and documentation and make all repair and vehicle information readily available. It will save technicians time and streamline the parts inventory and related stock.

The system will support a preventive maintenance schedule that will improve the life cycle of vehicles and prevent unplanned downtime of the fleet. The system’s data will alert the maintenance technicians for any discrepancies and identify issues before it occurs.

Telematics support. Modern FMS uses telematics in helping to diagnose fleet vehicle condition and maintenance issues. It is helpful to run the system with lesser staff members and support technicians to achieve more work. It can speed up vehicle inspections and reduce its numbers. It can help identify severity of issues and prioritise its rectification or repairs. Telematics also support in remote monitoring of vehicles that leads to better vehicle utilisation and better driver behaviour, which all tends to cost savings.

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Cut running cost of freight transport vehicles by smart routing and scheduling.

Freight Transport Fleet Management

At the end of a financial year, businesses reflect upon what better ways can be adopted to change and improve processes and also manage data better, to stay ahead of the competition in the coming year. Businesses should take advantage of technology like Fleet Management System (software) that provides a routing and scheduling optimising solution to cut down operating costs. It helps to reduce fuel consumption & emissions, improve resource allocation & mileage besides the ROI for fleet business.

Trinetra offers a Fleet Management System software that lowers operating costs across a wide range of industries, sectors and distribution systems. We have put up a list of ways that utilizes fright transport vehicle with optimal scheduling and routing to cuts costs and make better use of assets.

Design of the Distribution Network.  Take a good look at your distribution system that allocates your customers between distribution points or centres. Model the network of distribution centres and depots to optimise routing. Utilise the records and history of orders to determine which customers can be served by allocating which distribution centre in the schedules and routing.

Route Optimisation. The FMS software with telematics helps to optimise Route Planning to reduce total mileage run by vehicles in the fleet. You can benefit by nearly 20%. So, deliver the same number of products with fewer runs and save time. Optimising the route, cuts fuel costs and carbon emissions, streamlines operations and helps to optimise vehicle usage.

Reduce Empty Runs. To reduce overall empty running of vehicles in a fleet, enable vehicles and drivers at multiple sites to work as a single integrated resource. Movements from different distribution centres can be combined into planned routes to reduce empty runs. Thus a driver returning from delivery can pick up another load back to the depot, to avoid empty runs, maximise vehicle utilisation, productivity and reduce mileage.

Improve flexibility. To streamline operations, you need to have a really flexible routing and scheduling system. The system must be able to accommodate an unlimited number of variables to chart the most optimal routes. Variables include – traffic conditions driver schedules, one-way roads, bridge height restrictions, school zones, public events, etc.

Integrate tracking & accurate rout plans. The more accurate the route plan the more realistic savings. The plan should reflect the real world using vehicle tracking (GPS-enabled) system and define planning parameters accordingly. The software can enable Geo-fencing to increase control and efficiency over the fleet operations.

Astute fleet managers & transport operators are continually on the lookout for ways to improve energy efficiency of fleets. since fuel costs account for nearly 60% of the budget allocated running cost. Fuel usage is regularly monitored (daily) as it is the main recurring cost suffered by any fleet. GPS empowered fleet management software, is able of mine data about operating vehicles, including handling which affects maintenance & efficiency of vehicles.

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Reasons why fleets would be mostly electric in future.

The case for electric vehicles is getting stronger as the days go by, owing to the significant demand for tem, an increase in attractive incentives and a broadening choice of models, is driving the market forward. An electric vehicle option and an electric fleet is getting more viable for any business or operator and more prospective in future for more reasons.

Environmental Reasons. Traditional cars with IC engines have made a negative impact on the environment owing to the emissions they produce, which is widely accepted as a trigger to global warming. It resulted in the legislation and an obligation to reduce emissions.

The CSR Reason. The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of firms have motivated them to look towards an electric fleet. CSR can help to strengthen brand image and value in the market besides winning goodwill. It also supports a lot of good work for our future generation and better world.

Growing Supportive Infrastructure, the hurdle in the EV market is the proper infrastructure manly charging solutions. However, with increasing acceptance and numbers, the electric charging stations and portable charging devices are steadily growing, with support from government and other quarters who are supporting the upgrading of infrastructure.

Cost Benefit Reasons. EV cost lesser to be energised than refuelling with fossil fuels, but offer responsive traction and tongue, reducing operation costs. The maintenance cost is also the only heavy replacement cost is in batteries. As mass production improves EVs will cost less. Most major vehicle manufacturers and brands have started exploring this electric alternative and are progressing rapidly to make it a realistic, viable mode of transport and mobility.

Discerning fleet managers and owners are constantly on the watch out for better energy efficiency of fleets, since fuel costs account for nearly 60% of the budget in operations. Fuel consumption is usually monitored on a daily basis, as it is the main recurring cost suffered by the fleet business or transporter. Technological R&D and innovations in battery development has been able to offer longer lasting batteries that provide more mileage and extended life cycle.

Using GPS Technology fleet management software enabled by Telematics is capable of mining a lot of data about the vehicle, including handling that affects the efficiency of vehicles. Future EVs are being developed as connected vehicles and research is also going on to make them driverless or autonomous vehicles.

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Ways to reduce idling time of fleet vehicles.

Fleet managers and owners have to be consistently watching out for energy efficiency of their fleets, since fuel costs account for nearly 60% of their budget in fleet management. That is why vehicle idling time is such an important factor. Fuel consumption is monitored on a daily basis, as it is the critical recurring cost incurred by the fleet business or operator.

However, the advancements in telematics devices helps the Fleet Management System (FMS) in many ways than just logging the hours to save costs. Telematics tech, such a GPS, can help with insights to look into many factors that drive cost of operations, of which vehicle idling time is a major factor.

High Cost of Idling Time. There are several reasons why idling time goes up. These reasons are – # Road Traffic conditions # Loading & Unloading time # Toll Booths # Warming Up of engine or cabin # Rest Stops # Unscheduled Stoppages (like using a Phone). But there are allowances made for the mental and emotional health of long haul truck drivers.

Excessive Idling adds to Cost. A large number of fleet vehicles suffer hours of idling time each day and such excessive idling costs the fleet business money. As a thumb rule, operators expect a 10% loss of fuel economy over a period of time owing to idle time. This also affects costing and budgeting of the fleet, as the larger the fleet, more the wastage. Excessive idling costs increases maintenance costs besides adding to running costs (fuel). Emissions also are unnecessarily generated and that causes pollution.

Using GPS Tracking. GPS tracking monitors idling better. A telematics software or a fleet management software empowered by GPS tech, is capable of recording a lot of data about the vehicle, including handling.Thus driving behaviour can be evaluated to find out over-speeding , harsh breaking and cornering. All this affects the efficiency of vehicles. So, apply methods to reduce idling time, like alerts or notifications generated by the software.

Route Optimising. The telematics can help to optimise routes for vehicle to destinations before or during the journey. It takes into account traffic conditions, detour, accidents and other possible drawbacks that affects idling time. GPS also supports in geo-fencing that helps restrict the travel beyond defined limits geographically.

Trinetra’s FMS software works on a telematics enabled system, run over a web-based platform. The GPS enabled Fleet Management software, with mobile app integration, offers numerous benefits to economically sustain fleet operations run in any kind of industry. Know more about Trinetra Wireless products and how customisation benefits you. Please visit our website – If you submit an enquiry form, we’ll respond to it as soon as possible.

How Fleet Managers facing the Lockdown in COVID-19 crisis can plan

Fleet Managers are facing the brunt of the widespread Lockdown. The unprecedented crisis of COVID-19 has brought traffic to a standstill and fleet operations to literally a halt. Fleet managers / owners have been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis that has forced a lockdown of towns and cities across states. Transportation of goods people and non-essential items have come to a grinding halt. Fleet vehicles have been parked or stopped while in transit.

The Lockdown is a matter time, as it will be relaxed in a phased manner and over demarcated geographical areas. However, it is also time to plan for life after COVID-19 outbreak. So, fleet managers too have to start preparing for a different scenario, with changed priorities. Business will be different, have geographical areas, as priority locations, since ‘hotspots’ will be quarantined off and other areas will be marked off according to severity of the novel Coronavirus outbreak.

Projecting the type of business or payloads that will earn priority, will help in planning your fleets’ activities. The type of vehicle is also related to such priorities. Medical supplies and essential commodities will require the relevant type of vehicles, including refrigerated trucks. So make a forecast with available and disseminating information. Make use of your software and existing data to analyse and chart your future plan of action. Ensure improving efficiency, make costs lower, because critical to commercial success is your fleets’ efficiency. Telematics can make improvements actually to reduce costs.

Panning Routes & Journeys. A telematics driven fleet management solution enables fleet managers to plan journeys quicker to reach destinations faster and economically. With new geographic priorities the plans for journeys will not be as usual and the FMS software should take care of it all.  Telematics can deliver smarter route planning for your drivers and managers. It provides historic data, in real-time, on the journey planned. The updated data helps find the best time of the day to take the shortest route for each vehicle and consignment.

Driver Training & Assignment. The real-time feedback given by FMS can improve driver skill, for more efficient driver behaviour. Driver training helps in following hygiene and other norms to obey in light of the virus infection and pandemic spread. It also helps reducing fuel costs & vehicle maintenance. Improved visibility helps the right person to be allotted the right job quickly.

Lower Cost & Time. Administrative tasks can be reduced to a minimum and many automated. Mileage and trip data, via the fleet management system, improves or optimises the complex dispatching process to lower costs and time.

Sanitisation & Regulatory Norms. In the present crisis, authorities have brought out new regulations for sanitisation and hygiene, with regard to handling of items and the vehicles with health officials involved. Your FMS system has to incorporate these changes and adaptations to fulfil the regulatory requirements.

Trinetra’s FMS software is works on a telematics driven eco-system on a web-based platform. The Fleet management software, with mobile app integration and GPS technology, offers innumerable benefits to sustain any transport or fleet operations in any kind of scenario. Learn more about Trinetra products and about the customisation benefits. Kindly visit our website – You can also submit an enquiry form and also request for a demo, for which we’ll respond promptly.

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