Fleet management system sees considerable upgrade
Published: 08 February, 2012
Chevin Fleet Solutions has launched Fleetwave 2, the new version of its online fleet management system. Fleetwave 2 has been improved, with features such as a graphically-based drill down report and KPIs, enhanced speed, and a sleeker user interface.
The company claims that the new version provides fleet managers with the ability to “instantly and intuitively” drill down through a simple-to-use wizard. It also enables fleet managers to order stock in multiple units of measure; manage tyre assets that require maintenance; and it provides access to 13,000 vehicle repair shops across the country through integration with the Epyx 1 Link e-commerce platform.
All these new features have been integrated as a result of extensive user research carried out by the company.
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