We built Frotcom to adapt to customers
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Frotcom was designed in such a way that it is powerful enough to serve professional fleet managers; but it is also user-friendly in order to be used by non-vehicle-centric businesses. Some businesses use vehicles as their primary source of activity. For instance, distribution and long-haulage companies sell the transportation of goods. Vehicles are, therefore, their central tool. These are vehicle-centric businesses. These businesses usually deal with fleet management in a very professional and systematic way. In most cases, the expertise to deal with all fleet management issues exists in-house. Other businesses, however, such as a restaurant, a gardening company or a bank, see their fleets not as their central tool, but rather as a need to an end. They need vehicles to take their goods or services to their customers. Quite often, these companies do not have the internal expertise, time or inclination to ensure the professional management of their fleets. Therefore, fleet management often becomes a burden and is dealt with in a minimalist form. Having both sorts of businesses in mind, Frotcom was designed in such a way that it is powerful enough to serve professional fleet managers; but it is also user-friendly in order to be used by non-vehicle-centric businesses. This has been Frotcom’s philosophy since the very start. The proof is that we are proud to count as customers, transportation companies with more than one thousand trucks and trailers, but also companies with only one van. Rather than having customers adapting to Frotcom, we built Frotcom to adapt to customers. # # # If you’d like more information about this topic, please contact Frotcom International +351 214 135 670 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.