Small truck leasing business grows into a leading international company
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What started as a small truck leasing business in the 1930s is now a major full-service truck leasing organization and Fortune 500 company with annual revenues of more than $6 billion. The company operates behind the scenes, managing critical fleet, transportation, and supply chain functions for more than 50,000 customers, many of whom make the products consumers use every day.
As one of North America’s leading truck lessors, the company maintains an expansive infrastructure of call centers, maintenance facilities, and warehouses. Due to ongoing growth, the company needed assistance streamlining and managing communications and process flows across its global call centers, warehouses, and repair facilities.
TwoConnect’s Salesforce solution and Azure Logic Apps provide dynamic integration across functions
The simplified, accelerated Salesforce integration and seamless message transfer bridged the gap among warehouse, call centers, and repair shops, enabling the company's employees to communicate and react to evolving business needs in real time.
“TwoConnect has the Microsoft MVPs who really know modern integration. Our Salesforce integration solution is the natural step toward a complete cloud service-based IT platform. We helped the customer achieve its goal by enabling faster interaction among people and processes across the entire enterprise. As a result, they achieved personalized customer engagement that enables them to build stronger customer partnerships and achieve their strategic goals,” said Javier Mariscal, President, TwoConnect.
TwoConnect’s Salesforce solution provided exactly what its client needed – to communicate among critical operations and applications across the enterprise, to increase productivity, and to enable time to be reinvested into improving business processes rather than dealing with system delays and slow response times.