Chevin Fleet Solutions has announced the global release of ‘How to Become a Fleet Data Mastermind’, the first in a series of white papers created by the company.
The guide has been developed to provide advice for organisations running fleets of all sizes, to help them understand how to integrate their processes into fleet management software that can help measure and improve performance.
Included in the guide is information and case studies that demonstrate how fleet management software can streamline workload and eliminate redundancies across systems from finance and HR applications to fleet and fuel management systems.
The white paper also contains guidance on how fleet professionals can navigate advances in technology and software systems to find the smartest solution to meet their needs.
The guide has been written by Ron Katz, senior VP north American sales at Chevin Fleet Solutions, and forms the first in a series of informative ‘Fleet Essentials’ guides created by the company.
He said: “With so much data, information systems and technologies available, fleet professionals face a staggering challenge in deciding what information can be used to help them improve efficiency and how it is best managed.
“Fleet managers continue to spend increasing amounts of their time trying to understand and make effective use of all the information at their disposal.
“‘How to Become A Fleet Data Mastermind’ helps fleets to better understand how to identify their fleet needs, prioritise and ultimately choose the best fleet and equipment management software.”
Chevin has over 25 years of fleet management software expertise and Katz has worked with some of the worlds’ largest fleet operations from across the globe helping them to achieve improve efficiency, reduce administrative burden and control costs.
According to Ashley Sowerby, Chevin managing director, the guide was written partly in response to an increasing interest in using fleet management systems for wider applications.
“What we’ve seen is that this kind of software is increasingly being used to control much wider data - not just cars, vans, trucks and material handling equipment but all kinds of assets as well,” he said.
“With such a huge amount of data to be sorted through, it’s important that fleets are able to understand what’s most important and how this information can be best used – and that’s where ‘How to Become a Fleet Data Mastermind’ comes in.
“Our Fleet Essentials guides draw on our expertise covering more than 25 years in the fleet industry, to provide concise but valuable advice to asset managers.”