New ‘event engine’ tool enhances Chevin’s maintenance and compliance alerts
A new ‘events engine’ tool in the latest update of
Chevin’s fleet management software, FleetWave, allows operations to rapidly
design and automate alerts, reminders and other messages that are sent to their
FleetWave’s ‘events engine’ helps streamline fleet
communications by allowing users to build rules that will automatically trigger
and send messages via email or text to drivers, technicians and the workforce.
The messages help regulate workflows and improve
visibility of information such as service reminders, medicals, regulatory
compliance requirements and much more. For example, fleet operators can use the
events engine to automatically create and send invoices to customers, set
alerts for when services are due, auto-generate orders when a part is
‘out of stock’, and it schedules a vehicle for repair and sends an email
automatically from the system to relevant personnel.
The new enhancement makes it incredibly simple to design,
style and brand the messages triggered by user-created events. Users can now
enhance message content with tables, images and font styles, colours and much
more, without the need to learn any code.
David Gladding, global sales and marketing director at
Chevin, said: “Automating alerts, reminders and other processes through the
event engine is a great way to reduce fleet administration and ensure
organisations communicate information efficiently.
“FleetWave offers users the ability to create, schedule
and send messages and emails directly from the software system. This capability
provides a very useful way to immediately set alerts and report findings. It
helps reduce administrative time and eliminates the risk of data entry errors
and inefficient reporting.
“The new enhancement means fleets can further reduce
workload by quickly creating messages that look great and take less time to
construct, even if they do not have any knowledge of coding.”
The new event engine tool will be made available to
FleetWave users in mid-spring.