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Chevin wins big new order

CHEVIN Computer Systems has won an order for eight of its RoadBASE fleet management systems from the Red Cross. The Red Cross ordered the systems after a demonstration in Geneva and Chevin customised the software to meet specific requirements such as handling multiple currency input for spare parts.

The systems are all linked to a central system at the Red Cross's Geneva HQ and will be used worldwide to help manage the aid organisation's 2,500-vehicle fleet. Based in such outposts as Tbilisi in the former Soviet bloc and Kigali in Africa, the systems will communicate with headquarters via e-mail transfers to provide reporting of local fleet operations.

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