Azuga Launches Azuga Marketplace

March 28, 2018


SAN JOSE, CALIF. (PRWEB) | March 28, 2018
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The new digital integration platform connects fleet managers with IoT-enabled applications to increase efficiency and improve productivity

Azuga, the leading provider of connected vehicle and fleet technologies, today announced the launch of Azuga Marketplace™ , a new digital platform that connects fleet customers with IoT sensors and back office applications to help customers streamline operations, improve customer service and reduce costs. The suite of integrated applications, which includes tools such as fuel card integrations, video monitoring, enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management systems, seamlessly operates with Azuga software to help fleet managers reduce time spent on duplicative tasks between standalone applications.

“The Azuga Marketplace further enhances our value to our customers by tying critical field data with incumbent customer applications to provide better operational insight,” said Ananth Rani, CEO and co-founder of Azuga. “Azuga’s fleet tracking technology solutions already provide measurable ROI to our customers by reducing costs that typically result from employees’ risky driving behaviors, unexpected vehicle maintenance and inefficient routes. With the addition of Azuga Marketplace, customers will now be able to leverage their existing investments in back office applications and IoT sensors in connected vehicles.”

By combining Azuga’s fleet telematics solutions with the applications available through Azuga Marketplace, like Elite EXTRA, Salesforce and Milsoft Utility Solutions, fleet managers can now oversee payroll, dispatching, billing and other fleet-related tasks within the same software that they use to manage routes and monitor driver behavior. Additionally, by generating reports that demonstrate its technicians are practicing safe driving behaviors, businesses can also work with their insurance carrier on premium reductions.

“Azuga Marketplace’s modern software architecture enables us to integrate much faster than legacy fleet telematics vendors,” said Jim Ward, president of Elite EXTRA, an Azuga partner that offers real-time SaaS route optimization for logistics. “This integration fosters the development of truly intelligent end-to-end mobile apps that will impact all aspects of fleet operations that need dispatch and route optimization functionality.”

“We understand that there isn’t always a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution for fleet-based businesses, which is why we’ve developed Azuga Marketplace so that any application developer or customer can develop new marketplace applications using our next-generation API stack,” said Rani.

Azuga Marketplace is now available to application developers and the company’s 3,000+ fleet customers. To learn more and sign up to receive a demo of Azuga Marketplace, please visit

About Azuga

Azuga is a leading global connected vehicle platform, helping our customers turn data from vehicles and their use into intelligence that improves operations and safety while reducing cost and risk. Azuga provides reliable end-to-end solutions for commercial fleets, government agencies, insurance companies and automotive industry suppliers, through leading hardware technology, the Azuga One platform, award-winning fleet applications and data analytics. Our award-winning Azuga Fleet solution is used by thousands of businesses-from the small fleet of a few vehicles up to several thousand-and is lauded by our customers for its ease-of-use, robust features, and affordable pricing. For more information, visit and follow us on Twitter @Azuga_GPS.

About Elite EXTRA

Elite EXTRA, a product of Applied Data Consultants, Inc., is a cloud-based SaaS application that automates the delivery of goods and services through its advanced dispatch management software. Elite EXTRA has grown exponentially since its national launch in 2010, and now boasts over 25,000 daily users across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. To learn more about Elite EXTRA, please visit

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