Comvoy pulls from an extensive aggregation of commercial vehicle details and inventory to match customers with the right work truck for the right job––across any vocation, body type, vehicle or upfit manufacturer, WTS said. Surfacing results based solely on buyer needs, Comvoy supports the businesses that power the economy.
Work trucks are used by industries that comprise nearly 80% of the US GDP, including general contracting, electrical, plumbing, landscaping, farm and agriculture and package delivery. These businesses are work truck buyers who never had a fast, easy way to research, find and get what they need, WTS said.
WTS created Comvoy to address this costly problem.
“There are millions of businesses that need to use work trucks every single day,” said Kathryn Schifferle, Comvoy CEO and founder. “These are hard-working people who lose money when they don’t have—or don’t even know where to begin to find—the exact vehicle they need. We built this marketplace to be the one stop shop for all things work truck.
“Search results on Comvoy are never skewed around paid placements or sponsored products. This marketplace is built around what buyers need, and is about helping them get it. Period.”
Comvoy aggregates every truck and component (body, upfit, equipment, pieces, parts) from OEMs to upfitters to dealers, resulting in a transparent and comprehensive marketplace. Buyers can search by vocation (plumber, florist, towing), vehicle body (crane or dump truck, refrigerator or passenger van), vehicle manufacturer (Ford, Peterbilt, Mercedes) or upfit manufacturer (Knapheide, Truck Accessories Group (TAG), Kargo Master) to learn about and find the best vehicle for the job.
Comvoy uses detailed configuration data, intuitive search and integrated insights to guide businesses to get what they need. Visit the Comvoy marketplace at comvoy.com.
For more information about Work Truck Solutions, go to worktrucksolutions.com.