Reveal Solutions Announces Improved Transportation through Technology

Reveal Solutions has solutions that improve transportation efficiencies, performance, and productivity. They also reduce operating and labor costs with their unprecedented technology and services.

Overland Park, United States - January 29, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Overland Park, Kansas (January 25, 2019)— Reveal Solutions announces its revolutionary solutions that are improving transportation efficiencies, performance, and productivity while reducing operating and labor costs through their unprecedented technology and services. Both management and software solutions are utilized. The most common customers are those related to service fields for areas such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, demand response transportation groups, and non-emergency medical transportation services, or NEMT. Reveal’s advantage comes from its experience: it was created by people in the transportation field. Intuitive solutions are routinely discovered because the operations experience is combined with powerful software.

Reveal solutions relies on some core values to lead their efforts. One is the desire to reduce costs for a client. Through improved driver productivity and reduced labor costs, the average Reveal client saves 20% annually. Another effort is to increase use of services. Reveal works to make transportation services reliable, which translates to more customers using the services. GPS tracking is used in conjunction with Google Maps to make real-time decisions in response to changing traffic conditions. And finally, customer service and support remain a high priority to keep customers and riders happy. This includes advanced planning, balancing ridership, maximizing vehicle space without overflow, and offering issue resolution at every hour of every day.

Reveal solutions was established in 2008 and serves clients all across the United States. The company is led by the president and CEO Scott Schoessel and COO Mike Wade. They have 57 combined years of service in the transportation industry. The company’s vision is to provide software solutions and services to their clients. Their mission is to cater to client needs and offer a quantifiable return on investment. Those objectives are carried out by providing clients support and going about their daily business with integrity, honesty, and respect.

Reveal Solutions

10551 Barkley Suite 300,

Overland Park, KS 66212

888.778.0836

Contact Info:
Name: Michele Lucas
Organization: Reveal Solutions Transportation Management
Address: 10551 Barkley Suite 300, Overland Park, Kansas 66212, United States
Phone: +1-888-778-0836
Website: http://reveal-solutions.net/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 476793

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