Fleet management software provider, Chevin Fleet Solutions, has marked the launch of its next generation flagship application, FleetWave, by inviting a host of customers and fleet industry experts to participate in a user group event.
Designed to showcase the software's enhanced capabilities and provide fleet professionals from across the globe with an opportunity to share knowledge and best practice, the user day also offered expert-lead presentations and workshops tackling a variety of industry issues.
The launch event is the second annual gathering of Chevin's customers and part of the software provider's customer service drive, as managing director, Ashley Sowerby, explains, "The ethos at Chevin, and what we believe separates us from the competition, is our commitment to our customers. We don't just sell an off-the-shelf product and then disappear. We pride ourselves on tailoring our products to fit individual business needs and then being on hand to provide support should it be required.
"Today's event gives us the opportunity to build stronger relationships with our customers, provide valuable insight into industry issues, offer an informal networking environment and showcase the major upgrade of the FleetWave fleet management system."
In addition to enhanced speed and performance thanks to a move to .Net 4.0, FleetWave2 also offers an extensive list of improved functionality, including intuitive KPI and charting Wizards, which enable users to set their own Key Performance Indicators and automatically produce charts and graphs to facilitate fleet data reporting.
Commenting on the launch event, Kate Franklin, Fleet and Support Services Team Leader at Great Western Ambulance Service, said, "I've been very impressed with what I've seen and heard today. FleetWave2 certainly seems like the strong and positive step forward I was hoping for. This user group has been really beneficial, not just in terms of better understanding the upgrades available to us, but by networking with fellow fleet professionals and discussing solutions to age-old fleet industry problems."