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Fleet management solution SageQuest launches in UK

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Fleet management systems provider Fleetmatics has launched SageQuest in the UK. 

SageQuest, the Fleetmatics enterprise product, offers an enterprise solution that is suited for fleets with more than 100 vehicles and is currently being used by more than 1,000 enterprise accounts in the USA.

Taking control of SageQuest in the UK will be new managing director Peter Bingham (pictured) who will be based in the company’s offices in Reading, along with the UK sales, marketing and support functions.

Bingham has 15 years’ experience in telematics, GPS vehicle tracking and fleet management solutions.

The SageQuest solution is applicable to larger fleets and can easily scale to accommodate thousands of vehicles.

It can be integrated into the client’s workforce management system to allow the correct matching of orders to vehicles on the map or it can be deployed as a standalone system.

Its mapping system is powered by Google, allowing use of its Streetview facility which allows more efficient dispatching and improved customer service.

Other features include Control Centre which allows fleet operators to monitor a wide range of information such as idle time; mileage; vehicle activity, driver behaviour  and vehicle start time in order to improve productivity and performance.

Additional elements include a customisable alert function which immediately alerts the appropriate staff member when a certain threshold (road  speed, idling time, stopped time) has been reached and this can be delivered as text message or an email.

This information can be accessed on the move via the SageQuest mobile apps.

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