FleetManager is a cloud-based analytics platform and information management engine which unlocks valuable data for every user in the organization.
Optimized to work with ORBCOMM’s truck, trailer, reefer and container monitoring devices, FleetManager delivers advanced reporting and analytics for the entire fleet on one single platform. With mapping, reports, alerts and exception management, FleetManager provides all that is needed to ensure regulatory compliance, maximize asset utilization, minimize operational costs, increase driver productivity and improve customer satisfaction for better ROI.
Depending on your fleet, FleetManager can be configured to display specific workspaces with individual workspaces for dispatchers, fleet managers or the safety and compliance team. Its powerful features include individualized customization, advanced data mining, configurable reporting, intelligent search options, multi-user management and advanced mapping.
1. All on One Platform
Get a single view of all asset types - trucks, trailers, reefers and containers – in the one place.
2. Powerful Intelligence
Use deep data to make fleet management decisions to comply with regulations, increase safety, save money on fuel and improve productivity.
3. Open and Scalable
Integrates with hardware devices, in-cab displays, internal back-end systems and external transport management systems.
4. Live and Historical Reporting
Combine driver, vehicle, trip, sensor, alarm and location data to produce real-time and historical insights.
5. Flexible and Configurable
Unlock data for every user in your organization who can configure and customise the data they want to see and how they want to view it.
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