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Teltrac Navman and FleetCheck integration ‘proves successful’

Teltrac Navman’s Director platform and FleetCheck’s management software integration has ‘proven successful’ with fleet managers.

The integration aims to allow users to build accurate maintenance schedules, such as MOT, DVLA driver licence checks and road tax data for every single vehicle in their fleet, making compliance easy for fleet operators.

The connected software solution, which integrates with fleet data sources, enables fleet operators to monitor expenditure, control costs and improve overall operational efficiency. 

Teletrac Navman’s UK marketing director Peter Millichap said: “Connecting Teletrac Navman and FleetCheck means our customers will benefit from accurate vehicle data reports in real-time, giving them peace of mind that they are complying with duty of care and optimising the management of their fleets.

“It’s great that we are already getting some fantastic feedback from customers and that we have over 1,300 integrated vehicles already.”

FleetCheck’s founder and managing director Peter Golding (pictured) said: “We’re really excited about the collaboration with Teletrac Navman. We pride ourselves on understanding the key challenges facing fleet operators today and how our integrated software provides solutions.”

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