Omnitracs and red hat collaboration
DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Omnitracs, LLC, a global pioneer of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, today announced collaboration with Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, to further accelerate the development and next-generation capabilities of its Omnitracs 1 platform. With Red Hat’s domain expertise in open source, cloud-native solutions and Omnitracs’ proven history as a leader in commercial logistics technology, the companies are positioned to deliver a cloud-native solution that is designed to provide its customers with the security capabilities, flexibility, and scalability they need to reshape the way business is done today, while setting the pace for future industry innovation.
By using Red Hat technologies including Red Hat Open Shift Container Platform, Red Hat Anisile Tower, and expertise from Red Hat Open Innovation Labs, Omnitracs aims to expedite the development of new features.
The mentioned companies are focused on accelerating capabilities for the commercial transportation industry. Because of this collaboration, the companies plan to develop an open development ecosystem with unified management and reporting tools. By combining vertical-specific solutions, Omnitracs will provide its customers with a competitive advantage in a rapidly evolving marketplace.
“Embracing digital transformation, from cloud-native technologies to DevOps, is a vital step for organizations across industries, especially as market demands, competitive pressures and customer needs evolve in complexity and scale,” said John Allessio, vice president, Global Services and Enablement, Red Hat. “Omnitracs is helping to address these challenges by converting from being a traditional software company to a digital platform provider, built upon innovation within the Omni tracs One platform. Red Hat is pleased to bring our cloud-native solutions and open source expertise to bear as they help to advance commercial logistics through emerging technologies.”
source: onmnitracs and red hat