Lytx integrates data management with Fleetio

Lytx integrates data management with Fleetio

The company says paring its telematics with Fleetio's platform will quickly give customers insights to improve maintenance workflow.

Lytx announced a new, pre-built integration with Fleetio, a web- and mobile-based Software as a Service (SaaS) company. Lytx says this integration is designed to help fleets automate their operations and keep their vehicles and equipment running smoothly.

“Fleetio is excited for this new integration that empowers customers to seamlessly connect fleet safety and maintenance data,” says Tyson Goeltz, chief revenue officer at Fleetio. “Lytx and Fleetio together are surfacing deeper insights to help fleets thrive in today’s competitive environment.”

Lytx says data integration with Fleetio helps fleet managers quickly see and fix problems when they happen and anticipate upcoming maintenance needs, which helps vehicles run longer and more efficiently. Designed to help fleets better control maintenance costs and understand utilization, the integration generates insightful data at each step of the process, according to Lytx.

Here are some of the benefits Lytx claims the integration offers:

  • Easy set up with a pre-built data connector and Lytx’s technical support team available to ensure a smooth implementation and onboarding process;
  • Increased visibility of problems by immediately being able to view Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) in Fleetio;
  • Reduced downtime by automatically tracking vehicle mileage and asset utilization with daily odometer readings that trigger service notifications at specified intervals; and
  • More efficiency and less manual processes with customizable triggers, thresholds, escalation paths, and maintenance workflows.

The company tells us the new integration shares data between the Lytx Vision Platform and Fleetio’s software, where connected devices send fleet tracking data directly to a client’s Fleetio account to initiate work orders, parts and inventory ordering, inspections, and more.

More specifically, Lytx says its DriveCam devices transmit odometer and DTC data to a client’s Fleetio account. DTCs immediately create “fault codes” in Fleetio, which trigger client-configured maintenance and escalation workflows. Odometer readings are transmitted daily and are analyzed in Fleetio to monitor utilization, create service reminders and more. Lytx adds that new data insights including engine hours and vehicle location are planned to be available later this year.

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