19 Chevin Fleet Case Studies

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Read 19 Case Studies from users in the Computer Software industry to get the most important information that is specific to your business.

  • How Bidfood Foodservice Cut Its Parking Fines
  • Fleetwave Helps Btc Centralize Its Fleet Information
  • Central Hudson Reduces Costs, Increases Efficiency and Improves Data Integrity
  • City of Boston Uses Fleet Data Management System to Boost Efficiency
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Office of Vehicle Management - Customer Case Study
  • Real-time fleet data integration helps Cox Enterprises improve operational control
  • Dc Water Uses Adaptable Fleet Software to Boost Asset Utilization
  • Improved asset reporting helps Dorset Council cut costs
  • Local Council Freed Up Its Resources With Asset and Fleet Management Software
  • How Ewals Cargo Care Took Control of Its European Fleet Operations
  • Go Plant - Customer Case Study
  • How Hitachi Construction AU improved its fleet operation
  • Louisville Metro County Government improves organization with advanced data management system
  • New York State Police improves efficiency and responsiveness
  • Pike Electric is using advanced software to improve fleet and asset management practices
  • Smithsonian Institution achieves significant fleet efficiency improvements
  • Tropical Shipping succeeds in asset management
  • Chevin Drives Fleet Management in Wake County
  • Walsall Council achieves strong control of fleet operations

About Chevin Fleet

Chevin Fleet Solutions' multi-award winning software, FleetWave®, is a web-based system used by fleet operations across the globe, proven to help businesses measure and reduce costs; improve operational efficiency; reduce administrative burdens; and ensure compliance and risk management requirements are met. FleetWave is designed to meet the demands of any type of operation from any sector, by providing extremely flexible software configurations. The system manages the whole lifecycle of a fleet, from initial acquisition of vehicles, through to deployment; operating expenses; incidents; work orders; maintenance; legal requirements and finally disposal.

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