Fleetio adds vehicle repair tracking option

June 30, 2014

Fleet maintenance software provider Fleetio has added a new reporting and tracking feature to its portfolio.

The new Issues feature allows users to easily log and track needed repairs for fleets. If vehicles require service that does not fit in the preventative maintenance (PM) category, then calling attention to the problem only takes a few clicks from any internet-connected device, the company said. By setting a due date or mileage, fleet managers can be sure that any issue from a cracked windshield to a major mechanical failure is resolved in a timely fashion.

When logging an issue in Fleetio, users can assign the work to other team members and include details, labels and attachments with the request. Automated emails are then immediately sent out to notify the appropriate stakeholders. Once in process, monitoring or updating the status of an issue is a simple task. Fleetio even sends daily emails summarizing the list of overdue issues so nothing falls through the cracks.

“We have been beta testing the Issues feature with select customers for about a month and the response has been very positive,” said Tony Summerville, CEO of Fleetio. “Our software has always been great for preventative maintenance, but this allows Fleetio users ensure that no important activity is missed.”

All Fleetio customers have received this new software update. Anyone can try the Issues feature and full suite of Fleetio features for free at http://www.fleetio.com.

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