A smaller fleet, run on tighter margins, with improved safety outcomes? IT’S TIME TO LEARN HOW DIGITISING UNPLANNED MAINTENANCE CAN BENEFIT YOUR BUS FLEET We sat down with engineering teams working in some of the most forward-thinking bus fleets in the UK to see how digital systems were modernising their first-use checks and defect reporting,
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Fleet Audits are frequently stressful, difficult and time-consuming for fleet managers. There’s a lot of information, and making it available via reports or demonstrations for auditors, whether in person or remotely, can take a great deal of time and effort. Tranzaura’s fleet management system, in contrast, makes this an easy task. The Resource Planning app
Real-time reporting gives you up-to-the-minute data on how your fleet is performing, allowing you to spot issues before they become problems, and have a solution in place before anyone needs to ask about it. Reporting is invariably one of the most difficult aspects of a fleet manager’s job. Picking out what data to report, for
The COVID-19 pandemic and the need to work remotely showed up a major weakness in legacy fleet management systems – on-premises installation. Local installations on physical servers in a corporate environment or garage office were the way things were done for years, but cloud-based, remote-access, always-on technology like Tranzaura is the way of the future.
Fleet driver availability is the core piece of knowledge for any fleet manager – you can’t plan anything until you know how many drivers you have, where they are, and how many hours they can drive for. As a fleet manager, you need a more realistic and accurate view of driver availability. You also need