The ability to manage electric vehicle (EV) charging is up there with a number of things that consumers are looking for in their driving experience. Not only can drivers now check their vehicle’s charge digitally, but they can also benefit from apps that track their spending and help them get smarter with their cars.
This also applies to fleets as companies go in search of better ways to manage their charging solutions and see tangible benefits from operating them.
Founded in 2020, Monta looks to simplify charging for good. It’s an operating platform that backs the EV charging ecosystem. The company believes that accelerating the use of charging and democratising its data will support the adoption of electric cars across a variety of applications.
With a very clear vision behind it, the company turned to one of the leading sustainable technology companies in the world to deliver charging management services for its own fleet and charging stations. Siemens is the business that is dedicated to a new generation of electrification and is delivering more accessible charging for more than 11,000 UK-based employees.
“We’re excited to be working together with Monta, integrating their innovative, feature-filled software into our offerings,” says Markus Mildner, CEO eMobility at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. “This supports our ambitions to further expand EV charging infrastructure.”
The collaboration with Monta transforms Siemens into a comprehensive solutions provider for e-mobility services tailored to corporate fleet managers. Using Monta’s Charge Point Management System (CPMS), Siemens fast-tracks its goal of integrating e-mobility into daily life, by establishing a Europe-wide infrastructure for both corporate fleets and facility managers. This includes offering charging solutions for company cars, shared vehicles, and employees.
The CPMS facilitates various aspects of charging point operations such as load balancing, charger status, reservation-based accessibility, and dynamic pricing. Its features extend to fleet administration, intelligent access controls, and automated reimbursement for home charging. The system also provides diverse payment alternatives, including the use of Apple Pay, Google Pay, and credit cards.
Siemens delivers this turnkey solution through a managed service model, overseeing system setup and ongoing monitoring on behalf of clients. An advanced mobile app enhances the user experience by making charging more convenient.
“We’re proud to be working together with a well-renowned company like Siemens who has been making a long-lasting positive impact on our society for decades. Together, we can accelerate the buildout of a pan-European charging network where EV drivers and charging point owners alike experience a smooth EV charging experience,” says Casper Rasmussen, CEO, CTO & Co-Founder of Monta.
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