Corona, California upgrades its fleet management software with AssetWorks

Wayne, Pa., March 10, 2011 — AssetWorks, a provider of fleet management software and automated fuel management systems, signed a contract with the city of Corona, California, to deploy its fleet management software application.

Looking to replace their existing fleet management software, the city of Corona sought a solution that would provide the following functionality and features:

* Comprehensive fleet management reports, including the ability to manage by exception

* Ability to track shop and technician productivity

* Develop fully burdened costing

* Better control of inventory

* Improved preventive maintenance (PM) scheduling

* Fully developed audit capability on all accounting functions

* Customer/Management dashboards

“We were impressed with the functionality of FleetFocus. Today’s financial environment demands that municipal Fleet operations ensure their competitiveness. The ability to accurately compartmentalize services and track fully burdened costs is absolutely crucial. Good data management and concise, comprehensive reporting allow an organization to quickly identify patterns and correct deficiencies, as they occur. This ability to manage by exception, will enhance our operational efficiency,” states Steve Szueber, Fleet Services Supervisor.

FleetFocus is a comprehensive fleet management solution that can help Corona reduce maintenance expenditures and inventory expenses, while simultaneously improving productivity, efficiency and asset utilization.

FleetFocus tracks all functions related to the maintenance of equipment, including processing repair and preventive maintenance work orders; tracking operating expenses (e.g., fuel, oil, and licensing); and tracking and billing for equipment usage.

In addition, FleetFocus’ Enterprise Purchasing functionality can help track the workflow and data points that are involved in the purchase of inventory and capital assets. Better accountability of these tasks can bring both a time and cost savings to fleets.

 The city of Corona intends to use this functionality not only for their Fleet parts inventory, but also to incorporate its use in the City Stores warehouse operation.
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