Coretex makes an impact at RTF NZ Conference

September 02, 2015

AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Fleet management solutions provider Coretex’s first public outing has been an unqualified success according to the company. Exhibiting at the 2015 Road Transport Forum annual conference, held 27-29 August at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand, Christchurch, the company demonstrated its latest solutions for the New Zealand transport industry.

Sporting its new brand identity, Coretex’s stand featured its latest products and solutions, all designed to help logistics organisations to optimise their mobile assets and improve the quality of business information available to them.

In addition to its already successful eRUC product, Coretex demonstrated its new ibright® DRIVE and CHECK-MATE products, that together transform the in-cab driver experience. CHECK-MATE supports real time driver behaviour feedback, which translates to safer driving and reduced fuel and maintenance costs, while ibright DRIVE provides a single point of in-cab reference for applications such as job workflow, electronic logbooks, paperless forms (e.g. pre drive check), alerts and notifications, as well as email and navigation apps.

James Kyd, Coretex CMO, says conference visitors responded positively to what the company had on show.

“This is the first time that New Zealand transport operators have had a chance to get hands-on with our new ibright DRIVE product and the response has been incredibly positive.”

“Customers are excited about the capabilities Coretex is bringing to market, in particular our ability to deliver more functionality sooner. The new ibright DRIVE application especially captured the industry’s attention, with organisations immediately recognizing its potential to streamline processes while also reducing costs,” says Kyd.

Kyd says there is still plenty of interest from companies wanting to “dip their toe in the electronic water”.

“Organisations are realising that there are tangible cost benefits to automating their Road User Charge processes, so we are still seeing plenty of demand for the Coretex eRUC solution,” says Kyd.