TouchStar continues to grow customer base


TouchStar, a multinational provider of logistics and mobility software solutions, continues to see success in the booming crude hauling and well site services industry with six new customers choosing its integrated workforce automation solutions – adding to its total global fleet of more than 20,000 vehicles.

With solutions originally developed to provide workforce automation to crude haulers, TouchStar has continually added functionality to its WellSite mobility solution to meet the growing demands of the upstream and midstream industries with automated workflows for wellsite service companies and a recently released workflow for water haulers.

“The main benefit to our customers is the ability to remove paper processes from their business,” said TouchStar Sales Manager David Fredericks. “Electronic ticketing and vehicle inspections and the automatic transfer of data to the back office drastically increases driver utilization while reducing data errors. Integrated through our FleetAtlas Framework with fleet tracking, dynamic dispatching, and workforce scheduling applications, our customers experience increased efficiency and drastically reduced costs, leading to a return on investment within 12 months.”

As the upstream and midstream industries continue to grow at an increasing pace, improving efficiency will become an even higher priority as more competition enters the market.


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