NETWORK/TMA EDITION: BENEFITS MULTIPLIED

For both deeper and broader impact, multiple organizations can collaborate and optionally share matches.  This increases match density for everyone, a true win-win situation for all stakeholders.

EnRoute was designed from the ground up for multi-organization collaboration spanning across organizational and geographic boundaries

This option is most suitable for:

  • Transportation Management Associations (TMAs)
  • Transportation Management Organizations (TMOs)
  • Transportation Authorities
  • Networks of large employers
  • Cities, Regions, Counties and States

Benefits Shared, Access Controlled 

Multi-level organizational structures are supported, and organization can have its own portal and domain name or subdomain as needed.

Matches shared across organizations do not show identity or contact information, users decide based on commute, messaging, and employer whether they would like to proceed with a match.

Individual organizations can opt out of sharing matches if they wish, yet still be included in report roll-ups.  

Branding can common across all organizations in the network, or individual organizations can opt for more customization.

Public site support

For public-facing ridesharing we can provide social features, including Facebook login and Facebook wall postings, which provide added marketing channels for program success.

Unlimited multi-level hierarchies are supported out of the box.

Top-level administrators can roll up and drill down the tree for reporting on usage, impact, and emissions.

Each organization that participates in an EnRoute Network can opt to pool matches with other organizations, match privately only, or allow individual users to make that choice.

 EnRoute Network Edition can provide substantial cost savings, time savings, and emission reductions to hundreds of employer organizations, and tens of thousands of commuters across entire  cities,  regions, and metropolitan areas.

EnRoute Network Edition can provide substantial cost savings, time savings, and emission reductions to hundreds of employer organizations, and tens of thousands of commuters across entire cities, regions, and metropolitan areas.