FleetGenie is seeking mobile system developers for its new combination mobile workforce and fleet management system. The FleetGenie system incorporates vehicle tracking, route optimisation and mobile device management in a single, customisable package.
With FleetGenie, resellers and systems integrators can offer any organisation with a mobile workforce and fleet operation the opportunity to benefit from an advanced routing, embedded satellite navigation, tracking and workflow management solution that the company claims could save them up to 30% on their fleet running costs.
FleetGenie is hardware independent and a fully integrated solution that will run on any Windows OS-based, GPS-enabled hand-held computer or PDA. It is fully customisable making it is suitable for a wide range of applications such as van delivery, service engineers, skip hire, asset management, inspectors, field engineers, insurance loss adjusters and mobile sales.
A breakthrough of this new system is the mobile application with embedded satellite navigation. This eliminates the need to interface the route optimisation software with additional navigation software or hardware. The FleetGenie architecture has also been designed to simplify data interchange with any back office business system.
Using the MobileGenie rapid application development system, complex, high-performance mobile software applications can be designed, changed or developed in minimum time without the need for programming experience. It says most applications can be developed in days rather than taking weeks or even months of bespoke programming using traditional methods.
Mark Dale-Lace, director of FleetGenie, said: “This new mobile workforce and fleet management product will open new opportunities for back office software providers and solutions specialists as it is quick and easy to integrate with any vertical market solution. The system provides ease of implementation for OEMs and their customers will find it very easy to use, returning fast and potentially substantial savings.”