How Samsara is driving digital transformation in the supply chain

by | Sep 13, 2022 | Technology

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Hundreds of IoT platforms gather data from connected devices, equipment and vehicles. Many of these platforms target specific types of equipment or business workflows. Founded by Sanjit Biswas and John Bicket in 2015, Samsara launched into this space with an aim to bring data from these various platforms into a single connected operations cloud focused on transportation and logistics. 

Samsara has recently announced the 200th partner integration on the Samsara App Marketplace, making it the largest open ecosystem for physical operations. Partners include leading vehicle manufacturers like Ford, GM, Navistar and Stellantis Free2move and transport refrigeration leader Thermo King. 

These partnerships have driven data processing on the platform. In the last six months, Samsara has processed more than 2.6 trillion data points and over 23 billion API calls.

Focus on fleets

There is considerable competition among various platforms for consolidating data, but Samsara has managed to grow its customer base beyond 20,000 enterprise customers across industries, including transportation, wholesale and retail trade, construction, field services, logistics, utilities and energy, government, healthcare and education, manufacturing and food and beverage. 

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The platform helps companies access, analyze and act on operations data in one consolidated service. A recent Samsara survey found that early adopters of IoT hardware are often more agile and resilient.  

The company’s platform helps enterprises adjust fleet routes, coordinate operations like snow removal, or prioritize repair schedules after a disaster. Governments can also u …

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