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Smartrak Australasia’s leading Telematics provider today announced their new Strategic Partnership with mobile inspection provider Whip Around.
MELBOURNE, Australia (PRWEB) November 17, 2017 -- Smartrak Australasia’s leading Telematics provider today announced their new Strategic Partnership with mobile inspection provider Whip Around. The Partnership begins a collaboration between the companies as they continue to expand their presence in the Australasian market.
The complementary relationship between Smartrak’s TrakWise Fleet and TrakSafe Health and Safety solutions and Whip Around’s inspection platform ensures that Smartrak customers will now have a single partner that can provide an end-to-end solution.
Troy O’Connor, CEO of Smartrak stated “Whip Around provides a robust and mature solution that will be immediately available to our customers, delivering a product they have been asking for as part of Smartrak’s portfolio. We look forward to building a great partnership and delivering market-leading solutions with Whip Around.”
The inspection notes, checklists and faults captured on Whip Around’s mobile platform will allow Smartrak customers to have a digital trail of vehicle condition, making prestart checks faster, and easier for users, meaning less of a headache for managers. The real-time data uploads will allow information to quickly and seamlessly be provided to administrators, ensuring the safety of staff and the efficient maintenance of vehicles. As legislation in this area continues to tighten, it will allow Smartrak’s clients to meet both current and future health and safety obligations.
“As a platform that is dedicated to workplace safety, Whip Around, and our partnership with Smartrak will enable a holistic solution that starts before staff even step into a vehicle and continues onwards to when they are operating remotely in the field.” Said Whip Around CEO, James Colley. “Our companies share the same vision for providing our customers with the tools and technology to keep their staff safe, and this partnership will help in continuing to deliver that,” James continued.