In addition to our consultants, we also have an integration team that specializes in delivering customized integrations for enterprise fleet owners. Our team has the expertise and experience to help you seamlessly integrate your fleet management system with other systems, such as your CRM, ERP, and more.

One of the key features of Fleet Monitor is our robust REST API, which allows fleet owners and their partners to interact directly with the system. This means you can easily integrate Fleet Monitor into your existing systems and processes, enabling you to make informed decisions about your fleet in real time.


Event-driven webhooks are powerful tools for optimizing the performance and efficiency of your Fleet Monitor that allows you to connect with third party systems and help improve overall efficiency and productivity within your organization.

Using webhooks to trigger specific actions or events based on predetermined conditions or triggers automates various processes within the fleet management workflow and improves overall efficiency and productivity.

One of the main benefits of using event-driven webhooks in Fleet Monitor is the ability to streamline and automate various tasks and processes within the platform.

Another key benefit of event-driven webhooks in Fleet Monitor is the ability to enable real-time communication and updates between different systems and applications. This can be particularly useful when working with third party systems, as it allows you to quickly and easily coordinate tasks and exchange information.

Event-driven webhooks also help to improve the reliability and scalability of Fleet Monitor. By automating processes and eliminating the need for manual intervention, you reduce the risk of bottlenecks and ensure that your system can handle increased workloads without breaking down.


Autorola uses SwaggerHub to add value to the API design and documentation process.

SwaggerHub provides a collaborative platform for designing, documenting, and visualizing APIs. This helps in maintaining consistency and clarity in the API structure as well as it enables teams to work together on API development and allows to collaborate in real-time, share feedback, and contribute to the API design. This collaborative approach reduces miscommunication and streamlines the process and ensures that the API development process remains organized and transparent.

The framework includes built-in support for defining API security requirements, such as authentication and authorization mechanisms and ensures that the API conforms to security best practices and standards, making it easier to comply with security regulations and supports the entire API lifecycle, from initial design to deprecation and retirement. Having a centralized platform for managing APIs throughout their lifecycle enhances visibility and control. It simplifies the process of building, documenting, and maintaining APIs, making it a valuable tool for projects of all sizes.

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Examples of interfaces with other systems

ERP interfaces

  • Navision
  • SAP
  • Leaseman

(Note: ERP interfaces are in most cases bespoke or adapted in order to meet the specific requirements of the Fleet Owner, who in implementations provides vehicle data, contract data and customer data though own data management services)

Sales platforms:

  • Autorola Markeplace
  • Autorola Digital Showroom
  • Webmobil24 (Data hub for B2B/B2C in Germany)
  • Motrada
  • Junge Mazda DE

Vehicle Data enrichment

  • A2SP NL
  • DAT DE
  • OFV NO
  • Glass AU
  • JATO
  • Algodriven UAE

Inspection providers:

  • Autorola Inspection Helper
  • Autorola VIS
  • Macadam
  • Dekra
  • TÜV Rheinland
  • Hüsges


  • Tyremotive DE

Insurance Information

  • Tramer TR

Document Handling Provides

  • PS Team
  • DAD

Transport Providers

  • Hartmann DE
  • Onlogist DE
  • Hess DE
  • Autofrakt NO
  • Hödlmayr AT

Market Data

  • Indicata valuation and market intelligence

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