Coast, a financial technology company that offers a Visa fleet and fuel card and a cutting edge expense management platform, announces a new integration with Fleetio, a leading fleet management software.
Fleetio provides intuitive and intelligent software to help fleets manage their operations. Now fleet-operating businesses of any size can unlock powerful insights into their operations and expenses through this integration. Transaction data on fuel expenses from Coast will seamlessly populate into the Fleetio experience, simplifying operations for management, allowing for a better understanding of their fuel expenses.
“We are excited to launch our very first integration with Fleetio, which shares a common mission: simplifying fleet management and helping businesses optimize their fleet costs, thanks to customer-centric and modern software solutions. The integration provides greater visibility into our customers’ fuel expenses and streamlines their fleet operations,” said Daniel Simon, CEO of Coast. “Coast becomes even more powerful when it’s integrated into our customers’ existing suite of tools.”
The integration enables Coast’s fuel transactions to be automatically imported into Fleetio as soon as they settle. Users can analyze the fuel consumption of their vehicles at a glance, and gain insights on how fuel contributes to their overall fleet costs. With metrics such as miles per gallon or cost per mile, businesses can optimize their fleet usage and fuel efficiency to reduce total cost of ownership. In addition, Fleetio’s vehicle roster will sync daily with the Coast spend management platform, allowing users to save time by avoiding manual entry.
Fleetio customers looking to use Coast will be able to onboard vehicles in minutes, regardless of how they have purchased fuel in the past.
“Adding the Coast fuel card integration to Fleetio’s growing app directory opens the door for more opportunities around fuel insights as we continue to provide seamless access to fleet data in one place. With fuel being one of the highest costs for a fleet, having a comprehensive look at overall fuel spending is vital to improving fleet operations for our customers,” says Matt Chapman, Product Partnership Manager at Fleetio.
To learn more about Fleetio’s Coast fuel card integration, please visit www.fleetio.com/app-directory/fleet-fuel-cards/coast
Fleetio builds simple, collaborative software that helps fleets of all sizes track, analyze and improve fleet operations. With a mobile-first mindset and focus on automating the fleet operations process through seamless integrations with business solutions like telematics devices, maintenance shops and fuel cards, Fleetio’s web- and mobile-based technology enables fleet managers, drivers, mechanics and vendors to access and update fleet data in real-time and get actionable insights like cost per mile. With Fleetio, users can manage maintenance, DVIRs, fuel, parts, inventory, vehicle assignments, recalls and more all in one place. Fleetio powers public and private fleets in more than 80 countries in industries like consumer and business services, construction, transportation and many others. Visit us at www.fleetio.com.
Coast is re-imagining the trillion-dollar US B2B card payments infrastructure, with a focus on the country’s 500,000 commercial fleets, 40 million commercial vehicles, and many million commercial drivers. Drivers, fleets, and the merchants that serve them all increasingly demand modern digital payments experiences and affordable and transparent financial services products. Coast’s mission is to deliver them at a transformational scale and to improve working lives in one of the country’s biggest industry sectors. Coast currently offers the Coast Visa fleet card, with rewarding discounts at a growing network of complementary convenience store brands. Coast is founded and led by Daniel Simon, who previously co-founded digital payments platform Bread, which was acquired by Alliance Data Systems (now Bread Financial) for over $500 million in 2020. For more information, visit www.coastpay.com.