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The Verizon Connect integration with Collective Data removes the manual process of preventative maintenance tracking with asset information such as history and location at your fingertips.


Category:
Vehicle Maintenance
Solution type:
Integration
Required software:
Verizon Connect Reveal
Supported region:
Canada, Australia, United States
Language:
English
By:
Collective Data

Overview

Collective Data removes the manual process of preventative maintenance tracking with asset information at your fingertips. Stay up to date with maintenance by planning repairs and downtime effectively. Track vehicle location and fuel management with automatic alerts that will notify your team when maintenance is due. 

Benefits

  • Stay ahead of fleet management with software that notifies you when preventative maintenance tasks are due
  • Increase your bottom line by having an overview of asset repair costs and details
  • Automatic notifications save you time and make it simple to remove the manual process of fleet management

Features

  • The software offers the ability to configure categories to fit your organization’s internal processes. 
  • Attach and associate images or documents with your vehicles in Collective Data. 
  • Maintain up-to-date asset meter information such as engine hours and odometer readings.
  • Set up driver-to-asset assignments and easily pull work order information.
  • Ability to expand our API to include any current or future calls as they are developed by Network Fleet.

Partner

Collective Data provides a fleet and asset management software designed to help you improve productivity, reduce costs, and increase awareness to improve your organization’s operational efficiency. With 23 years of working with fleet managers, we give you the power to manage your vehicles, inventory, gear, parts, work orders, training and more with quick access to the information you need to make decisions at all levels and improve your bottom line.

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