Chevin will showcase brand-new fleet software products at The Commercial Vehicle Show 2018
Our brand-new data collection app, FleetWave Forms, is just one of the new and exciting products that will be on show this April.
At this year’s CV Show, we will be demonstrating our latest innovations, including our data collection app; upgraded Driver Licence Checking system now complete with ‘e-consent’ and support of the DVSA’s ‘Earned Recognition’ pilot.
We will also unveil a new Workshop Floor System called the ‘Workshop Hub’, designed to deliver technician’s essential job information on a tablet or smartphone.
By working closely with clients, our new ‘Workshop Hub’ offers a significantly enhanced user experience for technicians, which consolidates all administrative functions in an easy-to-use and simple interface.
David Gladding, Global Sales & Marketing Director for Chevin, said:
“There are a lot of compliance challenges in the day-to-day running of commercial vehicles, which presents huge opportunities when it comes to improvements and cost saving initiatives.
“Big HGV operators, for example, face a lot of vehicle stop checks and site visits, not to mention having to submit intrusive maintenance reports, so Earned Recognition should be top of their list of things to investigate.”
Chevin’s own Earned Recognition module ties neatly into a Company’s existing maintenance program via a fully automated reporting system to the DVSA, meaning that operators can get on with general fleet management while effectively reducing vehicle downtime, accident risk and data administration.
“While we have a number of new innovations such as our data collection app, Earned Recognition, Workshop Hub and Automated Driver Licensing Checking service, our message to commercial operators remains that data centralisation will offer better visibility of your fleet performance-associated data, while streamlining process.
“Our fleet management software package, FleetWave, is designed as an end-to-end solution to manage the whole-life-cycle of a vehicle, from initial acquisition to driver allocation; operating expenses such as fuel and maintenance; legal compliance such as o-license, LOLER, driver license check and much more.
“If you have one system as a single source of truth you can manage by exception, to ensure compliance, keep vehicles roadworthy and gain visibility of costs – and we look forward to demonstrating all of these functionalities in more detail to visitors at this year’s CV Show.”
For a demonstration of Chevin’s software and its brand-new features, visit the team on stand 4E41 at the NEC in Birmingham, 24th-26th April 2018.