After years of experience, we are very familiar with the complexities of managing an EV fleet with multiple charging partners like BP, DCS or others. Ultimately, a fleet manager always tries to get the best rates.  

To address these challenges we introduce ADE Fleet Charge Sync, a custom made solution to simplify EV cost management using artificial intelligence. 

Each driver usually uses different charging cards, provided by these charging partners, resulting in a pile of invoices from various providers, each in a different format. This makes it a daunting task to get a clear overview of the total charging costs per vehicle, a crucial element for managing a fleet’s total operating costs. 

The Problem 

The lack of standardized formats in the electric vehicle industry presents challenges: 

Multiple Charging Partners: Engaging with several charging partners, each providing their own invoices. 

Various Cards: Drivers have access to different charging cards. 

Separate Invoices: Each charging partner issues invoices in different formats. 

Vehicle-specific Data: Invoices include data for all vehicles, organized by license plate.

Our solution,  ADE Fleet Charge Sync 

We can provide a comprehensive view of the total charging costs per vehicle, using Artificial intelligence.  No longer Excel data compilations from invoices needed, all automated at a click of a thumb. 

With this custom technology Advance Digital Experts has created this new service, tailored to each business to address the lack of standardized formats in the industry.  

What can we do for you 

  1. Automated Data Collection: Gather invoices from all your charging partners automatically, eliminating the need for manual data entry. 
  1. Data Standardization: Convert all invoices into a standardized format, making it easier to integrate and analyze the data. 
  1. Intelligent Data Integration:  Organize the data per vehicle and license plate, ensuring that all relevant information is accurately consolidated. 
  1. Error Detection and Correction: Identify and correct discrepancies in the data, ensuring high accuracy automatically. 
  1. Predictive Analytics: Our AI can provide insights and forecasts on charging costs, helping you make informed decisions to optimize fleet operations. 
  1. Customizable Outputs: Whether you need a PDF report, an interactive dashboard, or any other format, generate the output that best suits your needs. 

Curious to Know More? 

Contact us today to get your free demo and discover how ADE Fleet Charge Sync can optimize your fleet's charging cost management 

Businesses are constantly seeking ways to streamline operations, enhance efficiency, and stay ahead of the competition. One such innovative solution gaining traction is the Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS) business model. IPaaS offers a comprehensive approach to integrating various applications, data sources, and processes within an organization. But what exactly is an IPaaS business model, and how does it work?

Understanding IPaaS:

IPaaS is a cloud-based platform that facilitates the integration of disparate systems and applications across an organization. It provides a centralized hub where data can flow seamlessly between different software applications, databases, and services, regardless of their location or format. By leveraging APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), IPaaS enables businesses to connect, manage, and automate workflows efficiently.

How Does it Work?

  1. Connectivity: IPaaS serves as a bridge between different systems, enabling seamless communication and data exchange. It offers pre-built connectors and adapters for popular applications, databases, and services, simplifying the integration process.
  2. Data Mapping and Transformation: IPaaS allows users to map data fields between different systems and define transformation rules to ensure compatibility and consistency. This ensures that data is properly formatted and structured for its intended destination.
  3. Orchestration: IPaaS enables businesses to orchestrate complex workflows by defining triggers, actions, and conditional logic. This allows for the automation of routine tasks and the execution of multi-step processes across multiple systems.
  4. Monitoring and Management: IPaaS platforms typically provide monitoring tools and dashboards to track the performance and health of integrations in real-time. This allows businesses to identify issues promptly and ensure the smooth operation of their systems.
  5. Scalability and Flexibility: IPaaS solutions are designed to scale with the evolving needs of businesses. They offer flexibility in terms of deployment options (public cloud, private cloud, hybrid), pricing models (subscription-based, pay-as-you-go), and support for a wide range of integration scenarios.

Benefits of IPaaS:

  • Increased Efficiency: By automating manual tasks and streamlining processes, IPaaS helps businesses improve operational efficiency and productivity.
  • Enhanced Data Quality: IPaaS ensures data consistency and accuracy by standardizing formats and enforcing validation rules across integrations.
  • Agility and Innovation: With faster integration cycles and greater agility, businesses can adapt to changing market conditions and drive innovation.
  • Cost Savings: IPaaS eliminates the need for costly custom development and maintenance of integration solutions, reducing IT overhead and total cost of ownership.
  • Scalability: IPaaS allows businesses to scale their integration capabilities as needed, supporting growth and expansion initiatives.