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AssetWorks to provide fleet tools to Canadian ops

Posted on January 6, 2011

AssetWorks, provider of fleet management software and automated fuel management systems, contracted with the Ontario, Canada-based Regional Municipality of York to implement FleetFocus to manage its fleet operations for transit, roads, EMS and police.

Looking to replace a number of systems — primarily spreadsheets and small-scale database applications — York Region selected FleetFocus for its advanced fleet management functionality and ability to meet the needs of a variety of operations.

FleetFocus is a comprehensive fleet management software application that tracks all aspects of a transit or municipality’s fleet on a single database, which allows users to proactively manage all maintenance aspects of a fleet with a keen eye on safety and compliance.

Additionally, plans are in place to further implement advanced features for York Region’s parts and equipment.

 

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