Open standards-based software meets customer needs for reliable charging and lowering energy costs. Free fleet electrification analysis helps plan the transition to electric fleets.
San Francisco, CA, April 26, 2019 -- Electriphi Inc., is announcing the availability of their smart charging management software that is designed exclusively to meet the needs of commercial electric fleets. Smart charging management helps reduce demand charges and lower energy costs while ensuring fleet readiness. To help fleet managers plan their transition to electric vehicles, Electriphi is offering free fleet TCO analysis that provides a comprehensive report of energy requirements, cost savings and environmental impact specific to their fleet.
“We’re on the cusp of the largest energy transition in history,” said Muffi Ghadiali, Electriphi’s Founder and CEO. “Our customers have been clear - the transition to clean transportation is inevitable and they need fleet management solutions to keep their vehicles charged and ready, at optimal energy costs. As part of our commitment to enabling this transition, Electriphi is offering a free service to fleet managers for fleet electrification analysis.”
Electriphi has developed an open standards-based solution, designed to be compatible with any charging infrastructure or vehicle type. This includes a range of features such as telematics integration, dynamic scheduling, fault reporting, service tracking, and other factors that improve fleet reliability while reducing fueling and maintenance costs.
Electriphi’s core technology leverages artificial intelligence-based tools and machine learning algorithms to provide optimal fleet and energy management, based on a multitude of factors that impact day-to-day fleet operations.
Electriphi, Inc. is based in San Francisco CA, with offices in San Jose and Technology Development Center in India. Electriphi’s leadership team (ex-Amazon, Tibco, ChargePoint, Versata, Sybase) bring deep industry expertise in EV charging infrastructure, grid-scale computing, enterprise data, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).
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