Press Release: Fleetio Fleet Management Software Now Optimized with Prova Systems Hardware Integration

Fleetio, a web-based fleet management software, now integrates seamlessly with Vehicle Health Monitor Technology manufactured by Prova Systems. By utilizing this hardware, Fleetio users will have valuable information uploaded automatically to their account for an affordable monthly rate.

Birmingham, Alabama, January 18, 2013 – With Vehicle Health Monitor (VHM) integration, Fleetio is an even more powerful Fleet Management tool. Relevant and timely vehicle data now uploads automatically to Fleetio, and the information can be accessed from any internet capable device. Utilizing VHM records, Fleet Managers are able to monitor fuel usage, idle time, driver behavior and other important analytics. Regular mileage updates in Fleetio will also activate service reminders and renewals that are vital to keeping a fleet running smoothly.

“Our primary focus is on building software that is both powerful and intuitive. By partnering with Prova Systems, we are able to offer our customers an extremely powerful fleet management solution at a very reasonable price,” said Tony Summerville, CEO of Fleetio.

John Collins, CEO of Prova Systems, added “We are delighted to have our hardware integrate with Fleetio. Tony and his team have built an intuitive interface that will provide their customers with a lot of additional value.”

The Prova Systems VHM is very easy to install. The plug and play OBD-II device works on most light-duty vehicles manufactured after 1996. An indoor or outdoor antenna will download data from the VHM as it passes within range, then will immediately sync to that vehicle record in Fleetio. This is just another way Fleetio is empowering users to be the masters of their fleet.

Matt Chapman

Account Executive

Matt is an Account Executive at Fleetio, and has been with Fleetio for over five years. In 2005, he led Auburn University's solar car team in a 2500 mile race across North America.

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