The company has created a new add-on solution that allows users to centralize their small equipment and tools alongside their vehicles and improve accountability across their teams. - Photo: Fleetio

The company has created a new add-on solution that allows users to centralize their small equipment and tools alongside their vehicles and improve accountability across their teams.

Photo: Fleetio

Fleetio has launched Equipment Management, a new add-on solution that allows users to centralize their small equipment and tools alongside their vehicles and improve accountability across their teams. Whether fleet teams are having difficulties managing their small equipment and tools, or simply keeping tabs on who is responsible for those assets, Fleetio can now make their job easier.

Fleetio Equipment Management eliminates the need to track small equipment in disparate systems or spreadsheets and offers a centralized software for all fleet assets. Important data such as equipment purchase information, location, assignment, and status are all a click away, giving users a holistic view of their assets. The new solution is purpose-built for all types of job-critical small equipment and tools - everything from lawn mowers and blowers to chainsaws and power tools - giving organizations across industries the ability to centralize and manage these high-value assets.

Equipment Management enables users to visualize a complete audit trail of responsibility and link equipment to the vehicles they travel in each day. Equipment can be quickly checked in and out so others can clearly see availability, understand when equipment is due back, and see who is responsible in case an item is broken or cannot be located.

Equipment Management is also available in Fleetio Go, the company’s mobile app which is free for all Fleetio customers, so fleet managers can empower their crews to quickly identify, search for, and check in/out equipment from anywhere. Barcode scanning and NFC technology are also supported in Fleetio.

Originally posted on Government Fleet

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