Global provider of workforce management solutions Ezitracker (part of the HAS Technology Group) has formed a strategic partnership with UTS Fleet, a camera, software and tracking specialist for business fleets. The move is set to deliver end-to-end visibility of remote workforces, whilst they work and travelling between jobs.
Ezitracker time and attendance technology enables employers of large and small workforces, including fleet management companies, to reduce absenteeism, lower costs via automation, and increase productivity and efficiencies.
Rob Turner, Managing Director, UTS Fleet comments: “We are delighted to team up with Ezitracker and provide them with a powerful vehicle tracking solution that fits neatly into their portfolio of workforce management solutions. The partnership will allow Ezitracker to easily integrate our framework and provide total control and monitoring capabilities of their customer’s fleets.”
Christian Berenger, Managing Director Ezitracker said: “We have been approached by our customers to develop a telematics solution, one that can provide a full picture of their workforces activities both onsite and travelling between sites. Rather than reinvent something that already exists within the market, we took the decision to find a reputable ‘best of breed’ partner to deliver this solution, one that would mirror Ezitracker’s unrivalled customer service. UTS fleet ticked all those boxes and we look forward to delivering a great partnership programme with them.”
Ezitracker provides web-based solutions for Time & Attendance Monitoring, Mobile Audits, Payroll Automation and Management Reporting to cleaning & facilities management companies, security companies and temporary workforce agencies. Established in 1998 and part of the HAS Technology Group, Ezitracker has built a reputation of being a trusted supplier of reliable and innovative technology solutions for better workforce management.
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