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Fuel and driver tools among new enhancements made to fleet software by CFC

New tools aimed at improving fuel consumption and keeping better track of driver skills are among the latest enhancements made by CFC Solutions to its range of fleet software.

The first update release of 2012 for Fleet Plus, Fleet Plus Lite and Fleet Horizon – together used by more than 1,000 fleet operators – includes a range of changes made in response to requests from users.

A new MPG tool allows fleet operators to generate a report on expected MPG for a vehicle against real world figures for any given period, allowing fuel consumption targets to be set for any length of time.

The driver skills search allows an active search to be generated from among driver records to see, for example, which classes of vehicle a driver is qualified for. This is especially useful on commercial vehicle fleets.

Other changes made in the release include updates to P11D legislation covering 2011-2012 and 2012-2013, a new postcode module update, and the ability to handle different suppliers for Road Fund Licences.

Neville Briggs, managing director, said: “We work regularly with our users to ensure that our software packages are updated and revised to meet their changing needs, and this latest release is part of that ongoing process.”
 


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