Management & Operations

Assetworks to supply fleet management system to Iowa transit

Posted on January 27, 2009

AssetWorks, a provider of fleet enterprise asset management (EAM) software and automated fuel systems, announced that the City of Cedar Rapids and Cedar Rapids Transit has signed a contract to deploy FleetFocus, a fleet management system for municipal government and public transportation properties.


AssetWorks’ FleetFocus, a browser-based solution, tracks all functions related to the maintenance of equipment, including processing repair and preventive maintenance (PM) work orders, tracking operating expenses (e.g., fuel, oil, and licensing), and tracking and billing for equipment usage. FleetFocus also supports shop scheduling, replacement analysis, and equipment and replacement planning.


The City of Cedar Rapids and Cedar Rapids Transit serve a population of well over 100,000 residents. The fleet is comprised of 850 units maintained by 36 technicians at two shops.


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