Synop Launches Fleet Driver Mobile App to Streamline Charging Access

Synop has launched its new Fleet Driver Mobile App, which will provide Managed Access Charging functionality to EV fleets. This feature is poised to further streamline electric vehicle charge management for Synop customers.
Synop Launches Fleet Driver Mobile App to Streamline Charging Access
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Typically, fleet operators equip their drivers with RFID cards that grant them access to on-site chargers. However, these cards are easily lost or damaged whereas replacing them is often time-consuming and causes operational delays.

Now, drivers can download the Synop Fleet Driver Mobile App where RFID card information can be added to their profiles, making authorization and instant payments even easier.

Additionally, drivers can use the app to; discover chargers across their network; match chargers based on needs; manage charging from the app; and, add and save payment information.

Synop's mobile app integrates with the Synop web application, enabling users to access the platform with no additional configuration or onboarding required. Charging prices created on the web application are readily visible to users on the mobile app, ensuring consistency and transparency. The app can also be white labeled, providing all the same Synop functionality with user branding.

Synop's mobile app prioritizes user experience, offering intuitive navigation and real-time updates throughout the charging process. Users receive push notifications upon completion of charging sessions, along with emailed receipts for transaction records.

What's more, because the Fleet Driver Mobile App enables Synop's Managed Access Charging capabilities, fleets can extend access to their private charging depots to commercial partners, opening doors to an added revenue stream through charger monetization. Drivers authorized by designated partners simply need to download the app to use on-site charging.

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