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REI debuts Web-based fleet management software

Posted on June 17, 2013

The REI A.R.M.O.R.-Insight Executive Dashboard 360° Fleet Overview illustrates vital statistics, allowing fleet managers to evaluate fleet and driver performance, and monitor speed, acceleration and idle time.
The REI A.R.M.O.R.-Insight Executive Dashboard 360° Fleet Overview illustrates vital statistics, allowing fleet managers to evaluate fleet and driver performance, and monitor speed, acceleration and idle time.

Radio Engineering Industries Inc. (REI) introduced A.R.M.O.R.-Insight, a fleet management software solution that can provide a 360-degree view of an entire fleet or individual vehicle.

The Web-based, fleet management solution provides comprehensive, user-friendly reporting tools that help increase efficiencies, according to the company.

With A.R.M.O.R-Insight, the fleet manager can choose from three tools — Executive Dashboard 360° Fleet Overview, Individual Vehicle View or Executive Dashboard Individual Vehicle View. Each tool helps manage information specifically for the fleet or for a specific vehicle.  

With easy-to-use charts and date range selection, REI’s A.R.M.O.R-Insight helps illustrate vital statistics that are difficult to manage, such as locating intermittent problems; evaluating fleet and driver performance; and monitoring speed, acceleration and idle time.

REI’s software solution delivers key data points for review and analysis and delves further into fleet management with J-1939 data alerts and reporting.

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