Fleet service providers are in a unique position to adapt to high-technology trends like Big Data and mobile tracking devices because many of the industry players are already using the infrastructure necessary to implement these services.
Today, many fleet companies are quickly recognizing that not only can they implement such high-tech tools, they should if they want to meet corporate demand. Canada-based Fleet Complete announced Wednesday (June 17) that it has given its service capabilities a new upgrade with a slew of new features.
According to reports, Fleet Complete has launched new capabilities for fleet managers including a cloud-based Dispatch module, an Hours of Service reporting feature and Engine Control Module reporting. All of these additions will boost the capabilities of its existing Fleet, Asset and Mobile Workforce management and will all allow fleet managers and corporate customers to comply with current regulations. Satellite tracking and control of fleet vehicles offers a more intelligent and accurate fleet management system, the company said.
“At Fleet Complete, we are constantly enhancing our platform to ensure our customers and partners benefit from the latest technology and industry-driven capabilities, enabling our customers to optimally run their mission critical environments,” the company said in a statement.
Among the array of updates, Fleet Complete also revealed the integration of Fleetio software into its platform, allowing businesses to have greater insight into cash flow and spending.
“This major release of new functionality represents our commitment to reinvesting in the Fleet Complete platform,” said Fleet Complete CEO Tony Lourakis in a statement. “We continually strive to lead in our segment of the telematics IOT market, while ensuring that Fleet Complete grows and evolves with our customers ever-growing business requirements. Our product evolution now ensures we are the leading telematics and mobile workforce platform.”