Faster celebrates 40 years in business supporting fleets in 2022.  - Photo: Work Truck/Faster

Faster celebrates 40 years in business supporting fleets in 2022. 

Photo: Work Truck/Faster

Faster Asset Solutions celebrates its 40-year anniversary in 2022. Over four decades, federal, state, and local governments responsible for fleets of general- and critical-service vehicles have tapped the Virginia Beach, Virginia-based provider of fleet-management software and solutions.

“For four decades now, FASTER has helped public-sector organizations lower costs, improve fleet efficiency, utilize green fleet technology, and provide predictive maintenance to enhance the safety of both our drivers and the roads in our communities," said Mitch Skyer, Faster president.

According to the company, the historical success of their customers speaks to the quality of Faster's solutions.

Skyer said, “A substantial percentage of our customers are recognized year after year by the NAFA Fleet Management Association as some of the ‘100 Best Fleets in the Americas,’ as well as earning the Elite Fleet designation by Government Fleet.”  

Since 1982, Faster as been a designer of innovative fleet-automation processes, catching the eye of forward-looking fleet operations looking to discard their antiquated paper and pencil approach. The company’s solutions evolved significantly through the 90s and early 2000s, and by 2010, Faster's third platform, Faster eb, became the "Best-of-Breed" Fleet Management System, according to the company.

According to Skyer, the company made strategic investments in advanced-fleet technology—including fleet-automation processes and predictive maintenance — to innovate its way to becoming that premier enterprise-level software solution.

Faster and its Mobility Alliance partners — Vestige, TripMaster by CTS Software, Passio Technologies, Ecolane, ArgoTrak Inc., and MJM Innovations — work together to provide a complete digital fleet solution through their parent company, Transit Technologies, which purchased Faster in 2019.

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