Hungarian mileage log business, striving for American success

August 21, 2019 Kft., the market leader in Hungary, gladly announces its entry into the US market in 2020, under the brand name “MileageWise“.

MileageWise mileage log

The decisive step is made possible by the already existing state-of-the-art technology. With a 90% market share in Hungary, the RoadRecord mileage log software is at the forefront amongst the mileage logging businesses in terms of popularity and user satisfaction with its own 16,000 users.

Ákos Barazsy, the expert of mileage logging and managing director of Kft. has been in this field since 1999. He designed his mileage log software specifically for easy, quick use and accurate logging. The company’s leading position is based on focusing on creating one, unbeatable product.

The software can also stand up to its American competitors. With the unique, built-in AdWise function you can reconstruct mileage logs while the Built-In IRS Auditor checks and corrects 70 logical conflicts before offering finalization. The result is an IRS-proof, flawless mileage log. Making a retrospective mileage log is perfect for checking your already existing mileage logs for gaps. If you have to put finishing touches on your mileage log later in time for any reason, you can do so with this feature. 

With the MileageWise mileage tracker app, you can track your trips, fuel expenses, and your monthly odometer readings as well. 

The above concept delivers an IRS-proof mileage log, which can be created within just 7 minutes per month.

The products of American competitors do not take advantage of the potential of retrospectively reconstructing mileage logs.

In the USA, the role of mileage logging is central, as the size and potential of the market are almost one hundred times bigger than the Hungarian one, and Kft. wants to open up additional categories. Right now the company is networking, looking for patrons interested in a skyrocketing area of investment and business. Partly a VEKOP grant assistance made the expansion possible, but mostly it was the company’s own investment. In case of success, the foreign subsidiary will remain in Hungarian hands.

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