There’s an assumption that truck technology will make your job as the fleet manager easier by doing things for you. Personally, I think that’s wrong. Technology will enable your fleet to be more efficient, more productive and ultimately work harder. Technology is the tool through which more work will be done. If you’re like me, you’re already using tons of technology–you’re connected, you’re engaged and there’s no shortage of work to do. Writing an email is easier than writing a letter, I’ll give you that, but it only means that I can send more messages. And so it goes for truck technology–it increased the speed at which your able to work. Swiping and clicking is relatively easy, the hard part will be working with the other people within your fleet to ensure you’re on the same page. That’s why the publisher and editors of Fleet Equipment have launched a brand new content platform: Fleet Service Technology.
We keep readers of Fleet Equipment connected to the equipment, tools, technology and thought leaders in the industry that enable you to make smarter equipment decisions. Fleet Service Technology will bring that same level of insight to your service managers at your fleet service locations, OEM dealer locations and independent service locations. Your service managers on your maintenance front lines understand the importance of uptime better than perhaps anyone else in your fleet. With sky high, “should have been fixed yesterday” expectations, they need all the help they can get. Enter Fleet Service Technology. We’re talking data. Analytics. Machine learning. Predictive maintenance.
Yeah, it gets pretty heady. But to push your heavy-duty service operation to the next level, you and your service managers need engage with software platforms and data-driven solutions. We’re connecting your service managers with the latest solution providers, equipment suppliers, other service professionals in the field and, of course, you and the rest of your fleet. The truck world is connected. It’s time to plug in service. We encourage you to share the Fleet Service Technology site with your service managers, and hopefully that will spark the conversation that will lead to a better understanding of truck data and move your service operation forward.
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