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About The Project

IoT platform for managing internal vehicle lending

KeazAccess has been designed as a modular, cloud-based system to allow for an end-to-end vehicle and asset booking system that can be extended to allow for additional functionality, such as telematics based door unlock/lock for vehicle access, RFID (staff card) access to vehicles, integration with ERP systems, integration with car rental systems for scalable vehicle numbers, etc.

KEAZAccess vehicle access & intelligence platform delivers tailored self-service access; by the hour, day or whatever you require. No lost keys!

AngularJS | NodeJS | Telematics | Stripe | Redis | MongoDB | AWS | GeotabSDK

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Service Features

Some of the key features of the platform include:

Asset Scheduling

  • System has a section to manage all of your vehicles at once. You could easily add more or remove some of them.
  • As a customer, they could book a vehicle in advance and just start their booking via the web app without needing to interact with anyone.

Solutions For All Clients

  • This service is a suitable mobility solutions for all range of clients such as Not For Profit, Local Government, Bus Company, Insurance Companies, Car Dealerships, Taxis...

Keyless Vehicle Access

  • As a premium function, an iOT device would be embedded into vehicles in order to offer keyless access feature. Drivers who register with an RFID could use that card to access their booked vehicle and start the booking right away.

Vehicle Rental Operations

  • Manager could not only manage bookings but also manage users in terms of checking their profile, driver’s license, or any legal matter.
  • We offer iPad operator app where managers could start an approved booking or stop any in use one.


Developing a global SaaS fleet management system for an IoT platform that manages internal vehicle lending can be a complex undertaking.

➟ Scalability: Developing a global system means that it needs to be able to handle a large volume of data and transactions from different locations around the world. The system must be designed to scale horizontally and vertically, ensuring that it can handle an increasing number of users and devices.

➟ Integration with existing systems: The SaaS fleet management system must integrate seamlessly with the existing systems of the organization, including HR systems, finance systems, and others. Integration can be a challenge, as different systems may have different data structures and APIs.

➟ Security: The system must be secure to ensure that sensitive data is not compromised. The system must have a robust security architecture that can protect against unauthorized access, data breaches, and cyber-attacks.

➟ Data privacy: Developing a global system means that it needs to comply with different data privacy regulations in different countries. It must be designed to protect the privacy of user data, and meet the requirements of different data protection laws.

➟ Maintenance and Support: Developing a SaaS fleet management system requires ongoing maintenance and support to ensure it operates smoothly. This includes updating software, troubleshooting issues, and providing customer support to users.

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How We Work

Here are a few important measures that we may have implemented during the course of development.

Define the requirements: We started by working closely with stakeholders to define the requirements of the system, taking into account input from IT, HR, and other relevant departments. Once we had a clear understanding of the system's requirements, we chose the appropriate technology stack, including cloud infrastructure, databases, programming languages, and third-party libraries.

Develop and test the system: Next, we developed and tested the system in iterative sprints, using agile development methodologies. We regularly tested the system using both automated testing tools and manual testing techniques, ensuring that it met the requirements and was easy to use for our users.

Ensure scalability and performance: We also made sure that the system was scalable and performed well by using modern cloud infrastructure and load balancing techniques. We regularly monitored the system for performance issues and optimized it as needed to ensure smooth operation.

Establish ongoing maintenance and support: Finally, we established an ongoing maintenance and support plan for the system, including software updates, bug fixes, and user support. This included having a dedicated support team, regular software updates, and monitoring the system's performance to quickly address any issues that arose. Through our collaborative efforts, we successfully built a robust and user-friendly fleet management system that met the needs of our organization and users.

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