Free Informational Guide

Our free informational guide, "Determining a Return on Investment", provides an excellent look into some of the savings and ROI you'll get when implementing a fleet management software system.

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Discover the power of managing a fleet with Collective Data software.

Hosted on your server on your internal network or through Collective Data hosting services, our web-based fleet and asset management software improves fleet productivity and delivers the data you need for better, more-informed decision making.

Everything from detailed fleet equipment tracking, fleet maintenance scheduling, shop and work order management, part inventory tracking, and fuel data management are part of a Collective Data fleet maintenance management system.

A flexible software platform gives Collective Data the ability to configure solutions to meet the unique tracking requirements of a variety of fleets. With fleet maintenance management software matched to your processes, you'll gain maximum return on investment and get one step closer to reaching your fleet management goals.

Why you'll increase productivity with Collective Data's fleet management software:

  • Easy-to-use software that all users, from fleet managers to technicians, can benefit from
  • Flexible and configurable to match specific fleet tracking needs
  • Quickly and efficiently replaces old, laborious fleet management systems
  • Scalable to accommodate changes in your organization over the long-term
  • Supported by a best-in-industry technical support team

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Collective Data supports thousands of users across multiple industries that include government, utilities, gas and oil, construction, medical, and transportation.

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Managing inventory levels can be a tightrope act. Buy too much of a part, and you have precious capital gathering dust on a shelf. Buy too little, and you’ll find your techs constantly sitting around waiting for needed parts to show up.

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