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AUTOsist Launches Fleet Maintenance App

Posted on April 17, 2017

Photo via Autosist homepage
AUTOsist gives business owners and fleet managers a simple and affordable way to keep track of vehicles, equipment, or other asset maintenance, fuel, and other important records, all via their mobile app available for iOS and Android along with its Desktop Web Portal.

AUTOsist is a cloud-based system that gives you the ability to log and store important receipts, documents, and more. Everything syncs across multiple devices, making the software convenient to use, even when you're on the go. Fleet managers can assign vehicles or equipment for other users to manage and keep all their important fleet records in a centralized location with on-demand access.

“Our goal is to provide a simple and affordable solution that helps businesses reduce operating costs and increase efficiency for their fleet,” says founder Zorrane Abdeali.

The software includes dedicated areas to track maintenance, fuel, custom notes, and more. Users will have the ability to set reminders sent via push notification and email, and can view recommended maintenance and recalls by odometer and/or time intervals.

Fleet managers can use AUTOsist to measure a variety of metrics, including how much they are spending on maintenance or fuels costs, as well as the ability to export data via excel for easy customization. The system also enables quick access to key information through search and sort tools, and users can share data easily via email and export options. Learn more via the company's website here.

Source: AUTOsist press release

Related Topics: apps, fleet management, fleet tracking, industry vendors, mobile applications, vehicle apps

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