LEARN HOW SYNOVIA SOLUTIONS CAN HELP YOU
Since our founding in 2002, we’ve worked to move the industry forward for fleet managers.
The case studies on this page will highlight some of the ways our fleet intelligence solutions have helped schools, cities, counties and private businesses optimize their fleets.
The Florida Municipality highlighted in the case study below highlights how our fleet intelligence software can save money, increase safety and enhance service. It highlight how a fast-growing county used fleet tracking to its full capability to create a smarter community.
– Improved Driver Behavior by 30 percent
Decrease Fuel Spend
– Saved Six Figures in Fuel Costs
– Delivered smarter mapping solutions
Streamline Irrigation Case Study
What do you do when $100,000 worth of equipment disappears overnight?
On August 12, 2015, when the workers at Streamline Irrigation arrived at work they noticed something wasn’t right. A Bobcat loader and its trailer were missing. Two pieces of equipment that together totaled about $100,000 in value. Luckily for them, only several months earlier Streamline had attached a Synovia asset tracker to the Bobcat, making it one Bobcat that wasn’t going to be out and about roaming around for very long.
Loxahatchee River District manages a fleet of vehicles and some very expensive heavy duty equipment.
It’s their job to provide an essential service to their community as efficiently as possible.
Learn why they turned to a Synovia fleet intelligence solution and asset tracking to be more forward-looking in their business and to provide better service to the community.
Loxahatchee River District Case Study
Avon Community Schools Case Study
Avon Community Schools, located just outside of Indianapolis IN, serves over 9,400 students and manages a team of 138 buses. They were moving from single stops to larger, group stops and needed a way to provide more efficient bus stops while prioritizing the safety of their riders. Learn how they created a perfect partnership with Synovia’s student tracking app, Here Comes the Bus, to provide better service to their district.