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  • May 2021


    1) New product: Private fleetThis is completely new functionality within the ATOM Mobility system that is designed to give access to particular vehicles only to a particular and limited groups of users.
    This can be used for corporate sharing schemes (for example, you can offer part of your fleet to some large company so only employees of this company will have access to this fleet), private sharing schemes (for example, you can grant access to the vehicles only to residents of the hotel or some building) or in many other different ways.
    How to create a private fleet?1) First of all you need to create a new subaccount and mark it as “Private” or edit existing subaccount and make it “Private”: https://take.ms/GStfGThis will hide all the data associated with this subaccount from users (vehicles, zones, pricing).2) Create zones for this private subaccount, add new vehicle models (and define pricing), add IoT (or transfer IoT from other subaccount) and then add some vehicles that will be hidden from the Public fleet and visible only to users that you will give an access later;3) Then open Private fleet section to set up permissions: https://take.ms/HVTiF- Click Add new fleet and name it (this will be visible to users in app);- Add specific vehicles to this private fleet (it can be 1 vehicle or many);- Add specific customers that will have access to vehicles within this private group (it can be 1 customer or many);- Once this is done you can always revise these settings: add more vehicles or delete some, add more customers or delete some and change title of the private fleet group.- If some customers are not yet registered in your app you can add their phone numbers as “Pending customers” and once they create a profile with the same phone number, they automatically will have access to this Private fleet.
    Some more relevant information:- You can have many Private subaccounts so each subaccount will have different zones;- Within a Private subaccount you can have many Private fleets (they will share the same zones in this case). For example, Private fleet “ATOM office” will have 20 scooters only visible to ATOM office employees,  but Private fleet “ATOM guests” will have 2 e-cars so our office guests can go home after meeting using ATOM e-cars.- One customer can be added to many Private fleets;- One vehicle can be added to only 1 specific Private fleet (if you add the same vehicle to a new Private fleet, this vehicle will disappear from the previous private fleet that it was attached to).
    Mobile appOnce users are added to Private fleet, they will see this option in side menu: https://take.ms/7W98NIf they click, they will have option to choose between all Private fleet they have access to or choose a Public fleet: https://take.ms/7DItl
    Dashboard:
    1) Improvements in subscription history + export (Subscriptions -> History)
    We have added more filters so you can filter purchased subscriptions by date, status (active/expired) and subscription type. Also export (XLSX, CSV) is added.
    2) Completely new Analytics section with more data
    - Now you can see some core benchmark data such as conversion rates to 1st ride and retention rates;- In global view you can now filter data for each subaccount or even merge several subaccount data at once;- More data available such as average ride info: price, distance, duration, rankings. information about verified users, amount of debtors, subscription data and more;
    3) Analytics data export
    Now you can export data from Analytics section (XLSX, CSV) and even download graph as an image;
    4) More advanced heatmaps
    We improved heatmaps section and added new ones - so now you have access to 3 different heatmaps: Open app, Start the ride, End the ride.

  • April 2021


    New integrations:
    1) Dexatel
    Dexatel (Estonia) is a new phone verification service we integrate with. It is a cheaper alternative to Twilio and we can handle the account set up on your behalf. In comparison, it is estimated that you can save up to 30-50% of your costs by using this provider.More information: https://dexatel.com/about-us/
    Let us know if you are interested to migrate from Twilio to Dexatel.
    Dashboard:
    1) New customer section
    We have launched clickable Customer cards that contain activity and notes sections to help you conduct efficient customer support. You can use the Notes section to share important information between your employees and Activities tab to track historic monetary transitions. The main Customer card will give you a detailed view of your clients’ profile.
    2) New filters (in customer section)
    Customer section now allows you to filter out unverified profiles, debtors and users with unsaved cards. Take a look at the all 7 status filters we now provide! These can be used in addition to the main filters that select customers based on the size of wallet, rides completed and average feedback. Tip: Select filter Debtors and note the new icon on the right hand-side that will activate the charge-all function allowing you to charge all customers in debt at the same time.
    3) Improved export of customer data
    Same as in the Vehicles and Rides sections, download a larger data set showing your customer information. Date range now can be applied for selected periods and you can navigate years back. Click the little cloud icon to obtain CSV or Excel data export. The download now contains more customer details than before, including the total rides completed.
    4) Activity tab (customer section)
    To better keep track of all user transactions it is now possible to view them in one place. Check the Customer card Activity tab (Customers -> Activity) to see a history of all transactions carried out by the system or your employees for this particula customer. We now list various transaction types with timestamps and source for every single customer.
    5) Autocharge debtors on schedule
    This feature charges debtors on an automatic schedule - after a ride immediately, then after 1h, after 24h, after 5 days and after 10 days from the moment a debtor has finished the ride. So you should no more worry about debtors, system will take care of it automatically.

  • March 2021


    Rider app:
    1) SMS verification code autofill
    We launched app updates which include bug fixes and such improvements as improved location awareness, improved photo submission when ending the ride, and SMS verification code autofill (on Android devices, on iOS this worked also previously).
    2) Restriction to delete payment card while you have active ride
    If you are using the Adyen payment provider your app users will not able to delete their payment card during an active ride not only from the app (as it was before), but from now they can not do this also in Adyen payment screen. From now users cannot access the Adyen payment screen during a ride at all.

    Dashboard:
    1) New employee roles
    We have created several new team member roles including General Manager, Franchise, and Marketeer, and optimized access for some of the existing roles. For instance, the Manager now cannot view customer-specific information. We have also created a list of all permission per role to help you decide which role should be assigned. Click here to view this list.
    2) Improved larger data exports
    Whether you are looking to analyze quarterly revenues, different vehicle models with a certain amount of rides, or all-time 5 star rated rides you can now define a bigger date range for the data exports in the Rides , Vehicles and Customers section. For rides, you can even go back years and obtain the data. Click the download icon and chose the file format (CSV or Excel). 
    3) Additional filters for Rides and Vehicles
    From today you can apply filters on vehicle models, ride distance (km/miles), duration (min) and feedback given for the ride. You can then download the filtered results. 
    For the vehicles, we have created even more filters. You will find options to filter vehicles by vehicle models, statuses, vehicle battery %, last IoT signal and battery %, total rides completed, and last ride within a given amount of hours. You can combine these filters as you wish. These are intended to quickly locate problematic vehicles and also get a good picture of your operations.
    4) Ride Card
    A brand new functionality allowing you to see all ride-related details in one place. In the Rides section, click on an individual ride to access the Ride card. There you can see the usual details and also cost split real money and bonus, activity log showing all details including when a ride was started, ended, paused. Use the Notes section to add specific information or comments to specific ride.
    5) Vehicle Card
    Select list view when in the Vehicles section and click on a specific Vehicle to view the Vehicle card. Here you will find its details and history including all commands sent to the vehicle in the Activity tab with timestamps of when the commands were sent and who exactly send it. There is also a Notes tab for you to add any comments and a Commands tab to send available commands to the vehicle. 
    6) Insights
    Inside the dashboard, you will now see three new insights to improve your operations. “Vehicles have no IoT signal for more than X minutes” will help you locate the vehicles with IoT connection problems and act faster.“Average ride ranking (last 100 rankings)” takes into account only the rides where ranking was given so you can track how happy are your users. “Vehicles that may need rebalancing (no rides for more than 12h)” is a rebalancing recommendation. Here our system looks at vehicles that were available but did not have a single ride for more than 12 hours. 
    A tip: Use rebalancing insight and in the Vehicle section chose Available vehicles with last ride made 12 or more hours ago. Select map view to see where these vehicles were located. You can also take a look on heat-maps to understand where to relocate those vehicles to increase revenue.
    7) ID verification for specific vehicle model
    With the automatic verification flow using Sumsub or Veriff, you can now indicate which vehicle model requires mandatory document verification. So you can operate both cars and scooters and ask your users to verify documents if they want to ride cars, but not the scooters. Inside our new dashboard (More -> Settings -> Vehicle models) edit Vehicle model and toggle on that document verification is mandatory.

  • February 2021


    Integrations:
    1) Zimo IoT integration
    If you are looking for scooters or e-bikes and want to diversify your fleet, consider Zimo. We now integrate with this manufacturer and support its IoT. If you would like to add Zimo scooters, please contact us and we would be happy to help you.More information: http://www.zimobike.com
    2) Klarna via Adyen (payment solution)
    Klarna (Sweden) is a new payment system that we integrated with. Klarna currently accepts all major debit and credit cards (i.e. Mastercard, Visa, AMEX, Discover). This system works in 17 countries.More information: https://www.klarna.com
    Interesting fact: Few days ago Klarna has raised $1 billion in new funding at a post-money valuation of $31 billion, which makes them most the highest-valued private fintech company in Europe.
    Dashboard:
    We have been working hard on a new dashboard version with improved functionalities and new features. It will be easier to create zones, view and engage with statistics, apply filters and acquire more information about each customer, ride and vehicle. Soon the new dashboard will make its way to you.

  • January 2021

    Rider app:
    1) Bonus zoneReward your users when they end rides in certain areas. When users end a ride in the bonus zone, they will receive a discount (%) on the ride price. This bonus will be added automatically to the user's wallet once a ride is completed in a bonus zone.
    *This functionality is not applicable to rides within the subscription.

    2) No-go zoneYou can now create a No-go (restriction) zone. Once a vehicle enters this zone, the engine will be turned off. In case the "engine off" command is not available, the system will attempt to lock the vehicle. Once the vehicle is moved out of the no-go zone, the system will turn the vehicle back on.
    *This functionality is not applicable to rides with cars.

    3) Zone description on tapInside the app, users will now see zone descriptions once a zone is tapped. You can change and translate these descriptions inside your dashboard.
    Example: https://take.ms/4wJNR

    Dashboard:
    1) Manage Bonus zonesIn the dashboard you can set up rules for all zones, including new ones - Bonus zones and No-go zones. For bonus zone it is important to define a percentage that the user will get as a discount on the ride price: https://take.ms/OMUZx
    2) Subscriptions HistoryIn real-time, you can now view who purchased your subscriptions. You will see customer details (name, email address, phone number), when the subscription was purchased, it's validity date and which type of subscription the customer bought.
    View of the Subscriptions History tab: https://take.ms/hTF5T

  • December 2020

    Rider app:
    1) SubscriptionsYou can now offer subscriptions (daily, weekly, monthly and even annual passes) to your customers. You can define how many minutes users can ride daily, for how many minutes they can pause the ride (each day), how many km/miles included and how many "unlocks" per day included with each pass. 
    Additional settings:- Subscriptions do not auto-renew (user will need to buy new pass once previous expires);- You can decide if you would like to allow customers to purchase subscriptions with virtual bonuses they have or only with money;- If a subscription ends because one or several limits have been reached that day (e.g. customer has ridden over 100 minutes) your customers will continue to enjoy your services according to the standard pricing;- Daily limits of a subscription will reset every day (e.g. if a user purchases a monthly pass at 13:00 today, then daily limits will renew tomorrow 13:00).
    A view of "Subscriptions" functionality in the app:https://take.ms/3k4Tn
    A view of subscription when it has been purchased: https://take.ms/C2HlP
    Dashboard:
    1) SubscriptionsInside the dashboard, you can choose the type of pass you will offer to your customers. Here you can define the cost and details of your subscription such as the limits: how many unlocks, minutes for rides, and pauses your customer can make within each pass. To access subscriptions click on "Settings" on dashboard and from the drop-down menu select "Subscriptions". Here you can also add FAQs about the subscriptions and see statistics such as total purchases, total rides, and more.
    "Subscriptions" view on the dashboard:https://take.ms/ookwr
    Statistics view:https://take.ms/DjwFn
    2) Creating thousand of promo codes in minutes:It is now possible to import thousands of unique promotional codes in one go. Export the file to see how your data has to be arranged for an upload. Add as many unique codes as you want, define the quantity of each code, its credit, expiry dates and then upload file back to the dashboard. 
    Export and import buttons:https://take.ms/IMboL
    Tools like random code generator will help you to create unique codes for the file in seconds:https://www.meridianoutpost.com/resources/etools/calculators/bulk-random-numbers-generator.php
    3) Feed API for real-time vehicle location: This functionality is allowing you to collect vehicle IDs and coordinates in JSON format to provide to a 3rd party. This data can be useful if you would like to share real-time data with the city you operate in or some other 3rd party partner. This can be used to create real-time maps and lists with available vehicles in the city and also to provide data to transportation aggregators.
    Data can be accessed via this link: https://appname.rideatom.com/feed/token (replace “appname” with your app name). 
    To get access to this data, you will need to create a new "employee" role and provide access data to 3rd party you work with. JSON data updates every minute and only 10 requests per minute are allowed per an IP address.

  • November 2020

    Integrations:
    1) Veriff (automatic identity verification)You can now use Veriff services in your app in order to verify your customers’ documents. During the registration process, your customers will be asked to indicate a country that provided their documents, the document type (e.g. passport, driver’s license), and take a couple of photos of their document and a selfie. Once it is done, Veriff will check the documents. This only takes 1 minute.
    User will see "Verify your identity" badge in app: https://take.ms/IxSE8
    Once user clicks on a badge, document upload process will start:1) Select country: https://take.ms/7Knfv2) Select the type of document: https://take.ms/LLeCa3) Take a photo: https://take.ms/5L6Qz
    After that user will receive push notification with the answer: "Your profile is verified" or "Your profile is declined. Try again".
    2) Sumsub (automatic identity verification)With Sumsub (an alternative to Veriff) you can verify your customer documents. Once they sign up to use your app, they will be requested to upload identification documents and a selfie. Then within 2 minutes, their documents will be verified and they will receive a push notification.
    User will see "Verify your identity" badge in app: https://take.ms/SivOP
    Once user clicks on a badge, document upload process will start:1) Instructions: https://take.ms/BJxcEh2) Verification is in process: https://take.ms/w2lZH3) Profile is declined: https://take.ms/aRhLE
    After verification process user will receive push-notification with the answer: "Your profile is verified" or "Your profile is declined. Try again". Example: https://take.ms/HFI9z
    3) Concord (payment solution)We now offer a new payment platform integration that works in Ukraine and Russian. Find out more: https://pay.concord.ua
    4) Hyperpay (payment solution)Hyperpay is a new payment system that we integrated with. It supports VISA / MASTERCARD card payments and also MADA and ApplePay payments. This system works in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, and Bahrain. More information: https://www.hyperpay.com

  • October 2020

    Rider app:
    1) Ride history
    In the latest update, users can see more information about their previous rides: start/end point, duration, ID and option to download the invoice (if invoicing is activated for your platform).
    Example: https://take.ms/4EZj9

    2) Invoicing
    After the ride customers will receive a branded invoice from your company via email. They also will be able to download the invoice from the app. Let us know if you are interested to learn more and activate this feature.
    Example: https://take.ms/ChDCC3

    Dashboard:
    1) Manager role

    Manager role will allow employees to manage rides, vehicles, customers in the dashboard. Manager role blocks access to: revenue data, statistics, promotions, zones and settings.
    Manage employee access in Settings -> Employee roles.

    2) New heatmaps with new algorithms
    Newly designed heatmaps will help you to uncover potential demand. No color - almost no demand, green - low demand, yellow - average demand, red - high demand.
    Example: https://take.ms/wVKgiq

    3) Stop the vehicle if battery level goes below X%
    When setting up rules for the vehicle model, you can set up that during the active ride, the vehicle will stop in case battery level reaches X%. This is usually used to make sure the vehicle will have enough battery to support IoT work before your team will charge the vehicle.
    Edit setting here in Settings -> Vehicle models

  • September 2020

    Rider app:
    1) Dynamic tutorial

    From now you can update and add main tutorials and short tutorials without updating the app. More info on how to manage this is available in the Dashboard section below.

    Service app:
    1) Filter

    Your team can apply vehicle filters to hide/show vehicles with particular battery level when they are maintaining the fleet.
    Example: https://take.ms/pRbrk

    2) Multiple scan
    When your team manages many scooters at the same time, they can use the "multiple scan" feature. They scan as many vehicle QR codes as they need and change the status for all of them with one click.
    Click on "+", scan several QR codes and click on "flag" when all vehicles are scanned. Then change status with one click for all scanned vehicles.
    Example: https://take.ms/iPeDo

    Dashboard:
    1) Dynamic main tutorial

    Manage tutorials without app updates. You can add new steps, change text, images and sequence in the dashboard (Settings -> Main tutorial)
    From now we also support video tutorials.
    Example: https://take.ms/L6ZKw

    2) Dynamic short tutorial

    Short tutorials also can be managed from the dashboard (Settings -> Short tutorials)
    Note that you can create different short tutorials for different vehicle models (for example, one type of short tutorial for scooters and another one for bikes).
    Example: https://take.ms/NzvoV

    3) Hourly based pricing

    You can choose if you charge users based on minutes or hours. In case of hours, the minimal charge will be 1 hour.
    Example: https://take.ms/RUTT6

  • August 2020

    Right now you can manage settings straight from the dashboard:https://monosnap.com/file/5ZbNnI2lnApgErWyO2XFD4IIpuAVk9
    - Change business hours anytime you want;- Update/enable/disable support email address and support phone number;- Control where notifications and alerts are sent;- Enable/disable feature that require users to take a photo of the vehicle after the ride.

  • July 2020

    1) Pausing the ride in the appAt the moment you can activate the "Pause" feature in the admin panel (go to Settings -> Vehicle models -> Edit -> Add "Price per minute when paused").You can type the same price per minute as usual for the ride or offer your users a better price (we recommend something between 0,04 - 0,07 EUR/min).
    This is what user will see in app: https://monosnap.com/file/m5brofVsp7HM9YJgdRCW7RZP9xt8nmThis is what you will see in the admin panel: https://monosnap.com/file/N5tjO7ktcMcsyi2hedG5AmlMUh4AFD
    Few notes: - Once ride is paused, vehicle will be locked, engine will be turned off, "moving" alerts will be turned off;- Users can click pause/continue a limited amount of times for anti-fraud protection;- Pause can be set for an unlimited amount of time until the user continues the ride or end the ride;- If you want to hide this feature, just leave the "Price per minute when paused" field empty.
    2) Distance based pricingYou can activate "price per km" in Settings -> Vehicle models -> Edit -> Add "Price per km". You can also mix distance based pricing with either price per minute or unlock price.
    3) Zones in the admin panelRight now you can see zones also in the admin panel. This will help your customer support team: https://monosnap.com/file/kXYH4y4vLqRUMgsyq1c8Qv8WAEULFYSame zones will be added to the Service app very soon.
    4) Option to upload several documentsRecently we supported registration with just 1 document photo. At the moment you can set up how many photos to ask (from 1 up to 6). For each photo, you will need to describe what the user needs to submit. To activate this feature, please get back to us.
    5) Several "under the hood" improvements that make the platform more secure and stable.