Fleetio isn’t just a storage system.
It’s where fleet maintenance happens.
A disconnect between fleet managers, owners, vendors, drivers, technicians, admins and other operations personnel can mean unexpected downtime and profit loss. Fleetio gives your team the tools and data they need to manage vehicles and equipment from acquisition to disposal anytime, anywhere.
The entire team can actively collaborate on fleet operations with unlimited users, flexible permissions and features built around exception management.
Remote fleet management
Handle any fleet-related task or surface critical data anytime, anywhere with intuitive web and smartphone apps designed for busy, distributed fleets.
Automate your maintenance process from end to end through powerful operational workflows and data integrations. No more manual data entry.
The backbone of fleet maintenance
Whether you handle maintenance in-house or outsource service, Fleetio enables an efficient process from trigger to resolution, all while providing detailed data at every turn. Get notified of unexpected issues immediately and fully automate routine maintenance workflows like PMs, inspections and issue resolution, allowing you to increase uptime and ensure safety and compliance.
Your fleet runs on data
Think of Fleetio as the brain behind your fleet operations. Centralize all your data, integrate third-party solutions (like fuel cards, GPS devices and maintenance shops) and gain insights backed by data science to make better decisions for your organization. Control costs with real-time metrics like total cost, cost-per-mile and asset utilization, and never question fleet profitability again.
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"Fleetio allowed us to create proactive maintenance plans that saved us over 33% in the first half of this year versus the first half of last year."
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"Fleet management impacts so many different levels of the organization. Bringing in a tool that brings all the data in one centralized location to make informed decisions and help guide our business was critical."