Verizon Connect has partnered with Iveco to provide customers with its telematics and mobile workforce management software platform.
Customers can select among three Verizon Connect plans at the time of purchase - Fleet Essential without tachograph driver hours, Fleet Essential with tachograph driver hours, and Fleet Enhanced with tachograph driver hours and tachograph remote download, which enables the timely download of driver cards and tachograph data according to legal requirements.
Verizon Connect Tachograph helps fleet managers stay informed of driver activity with weekly reports detailing driver and vehicle performance, fuel use and helps manage European tachograph regulation compliance, it said.
Verizon Connect’s mobile workforce management solution, Workforce Essential, is also available as an extension on all plans.
“Integration of the Verizon Connect platform will extend value and benefits to Iveco customers beyond delivering an outstanding vehicle,” said Fabio Santiago, TCO services director at Iveco.
“By fitting Verizon Connect solutions in select new vehicles, we are able to help our customers run their businesses with better control of their operations.”
Dan Levy, responsible for OEM business at Verizon Connect, said: “This level of customer services and benefits can only come with the deep integration that now exists between Verizon Connect and Iveco vehicles.
“With Iveco fleet management by Verizon Connect, our common customers now have the solutions they require to help enhance the safety, productivity and efficiency of their fleets.”
Iveco’s range of products include the Daily, a vehicle that covers the 3.3 – 7.2 tonne vehicle weight segment, the Eurocargo from 6 – 19 tonnes, the Trakker (dedicated to off-road missions) and the Stralis, both over 16 tonnes.
In addition, the Iveco Astra brand builds off-road trucks, rigid and articulated dumpers as well as special vehicles.