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Name change and new corporate design: PLT becomes Moving Intelligence

Berlin-based PLT Software GmbH, provider of GPS tracking and route planning software, changes its name on November 1, 2021 and, in addition to the name, will also adopt the corporate design of Moving Intelligence.

PLT Software GmbH changes its name on November 1, 2021 and is now called Moving Intelligence GmbH. The corporate design will also be adapted to the branding of the Dutch parent company, which took over PLT Software GmbH in the summer as part of its European growth strategy. The Berlin software company is thus clearly positioning itself as a company within the Moving Intelligence Group.

Tessa Pastor Gonzalez, responsible for marketing at Moving Intelligence, NL, and her German colleague Johannes Willmund agree: “By using the same corporate identity, we strengthen the brand image and benefit from great synergy effects. While the brand design will in future be controlled from the headquarters in Zaltbommel, the Berlin marketing team will concentrate on benefit-oriented customer communication and the expansion of online marketing activities. “

The Moving Intelligence Group companies are also moving closer together in terms of their product range. In the future, customers in Germany will have the opportunity to use the vehicle monitoring and security systems that have already been very successfully established in the Netherlands. Conversely, Moving Intelligence in the Netherlands will also offer the TrackPilot system developed in Berlin for fleet control and route planning on the Dutch market.

Hardly anything changes for existing customers. The company website is now available at and all communication materials appear in the new design. Apart from these changes, software users and business partners can rely on the same service and support quality from the familiar contact persons. “TrackPilot” will also be retained as the name of the online portal and as an established brand in the market for GPS-supported vehicle tracking and route planning software.

About Moving Intelligence GmbH
Moving Intelligence GmbH currently employs 25 people at its headquarters in Berlin. The main product TrackPilot combines professional route planning software and GPS tracking on one platform. Vehicles and employees are permanently connected to the headquarters via GPS tracking or the TrackPilot app. Only an internet connection is required to display and manage the data. With just a few clicks, users have access to all important information and create reports at the push of a button. The integrated route planning automatically puts the specified delivery points in the optimal order. TrackPilot is used across industries. Whether transport logistics or the last mile, the construction industry or service providers – TrackPilot helps to significantly reduce vehicle fleet costs and significantly reduce administrative costs. Moving Intelligence GmbH (formerly PLT Software GmbH) has been part of the Dutch Moving Intelligence Group, the market leader for GPS-based theft and vehicle monitoring systems in the Netherlands, since mid-2021. The group is currently expanding rapidly on its way to becoming the European market leader for digital fleet management and vehicle safety.

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