Wise Systems has announced a partnership with Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), under the umbrella of Daimler Trucks Asia (DTA), to provide its next-generation Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning-driven routing and dispatch software to MFTBC customers in Japan. With this agreement, Wise Systems will have access to the commercial vehicle industry in Japan, one of the most competitive and fast-growing last-mile markets in the world.

Chazz Sims, CEO, and co-founder of Wise Systems said, “As one of the busiest last-mile markets in the world, Japanese fleets are looking to modernize their delivery operations to both maximize fleet utilization and efficiency while continuing to offer extremely high levels of customer service. We are honored to work with Mitsubishi Fuso to offer the Wise Systems portfolio of products and solutions to MFTBC’s customers in Japan. We share the same relentless focus on providing a high-quality delivery experience.”

The system from Wise Systems automates the complex and dynamic decision-making process that is required in today’s economy by transportation operations trying to improve fleet efficiency and customer satisfaction. MFTBC will leverage Wise Systems’ artificial intelligence technologies, which will become part of its digital solution portfolio through the partnership.

Hartmut Schick, President, and CEO of MFTBC commented, “We are proud to announce our partnership with Wise Systems, MFTBC’s first-ever partnership with a company providing autonomous last-mile delivery solutions. Wise Systems’ advanced platform powers leading last-mile delivery fleets around the world, and we have now jointly optimized the software to meet the unique needs of the Japanese market.”

Using Wise Systems, customers have realized substantial fleet-level efficiencies, such as reducing mileage by as much as 15 percent, reducing late deliveries by as much as 80 percent, and increasing fleet utilization by as much as 20 percent.