MTAP Technologies adds Wunderman Thompson Studios to its growing Roster of Clients
MTAP Technologies, a SaaS-based company automating fleet operations, today announced the addition of Wunderman Thompson Studios a WPP Company, a global leader in communications services, under its clientele. The alliance aims to assist Wunderman in enhancing its transportation operations while ensuring a smooth and uninterrupted experience for its workforce.
Their flagship product, Safetrax, empowers companies to automate tracking, optimize routes, and gain comprehensive insights through seamless Power BI integration. This enables businesses to enhance operational efficiency, improve safety, and deliver an exceptional transportation experience for their workforce.
Celebrating the alliance, Satvir Singh Kohli, CEO & Co-founder, of MTAP Technologies, stated, “We are pleased to collaborate with Wunderman Thompson Studios and provide them with a software platform that is tailored to their specific requirements; we have consistently demonstrated a steadfast commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction, earning the trust of over 200 clients till date. Despite the challenges imposed by the pandemic, our company has achieved remarkable growth in the past six months. The decision by Wunderman Thompson Studios, a WPP Company to partner with us further emphasizes the significance and dependability of our innovative transportation solutions in enhancing employee safety and increasing transparency.”
Embracing the future of shared mobility, our SaaS company pioneers a groundbreaking solution that fosters sustainability, aids in the safe return of employees to work, and prioritizes employee safety.
With over 200 active clients, we have proven our ability to deliver consistently exceptional service. Safetrax’s services are currently used by AT&T, Netcracker, Firstsource, PwC, Tata Technologies, Intel, SAP, Vodafone, B&Y, Webhelp, HP, Omega, Target, ABP News, CMA CGM, with over 3 million users.
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