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Whether you own and operate five trucks or five hundred trucks, visibility into the repair process and communication that allows you to understand the maintenance.
Decisiv has announced a series of new fleet-focused asset service management solutions integrated into the Decisiv SRM platform they already have in operation. New fleet-focused solutions introduced by Decisiv include: SRM Discovery Service Priorities Monitor provides an actionable real-time asset service status and fleet performance dashboard, Decisiv explained. Based on an analytics framework, Decisiv delivers insights
We know it’s not easy to keep up with everything that happens in the world of trucking. So here are the biggest stories from October focused on the latest truck trends, all in one place. 5. Electric trucks could change service shop operations Electric trucks are coming and reduced maintenance is potentially coming along with
Decisiv Inc., a provider of Service Relationship Management (SRM) solutions, announced a new VMRS encoding for fleets solution. VMRS encoding analyzes individual service operations using machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to interpret information captured during the creation of a repair order and assigns appropriate VMRS codes to completed operations. Encoding takes place independently
Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announced a partnership with Decisiv Inc. to integrate its SRM platform with DTNA’s Uptime Pro dealer service management platform. The connectivity between Decisiv SRM and Uptime Pro streamlines estimate creation for dealers, which are then sent to the customer for approval, the companies say. The estimate and approval process is
The TruckLabor Module in Mitchell 1 TruckSeries truck repair information software is available in the Decisiv Marketplace, the company announced. By activating a Mitchell 1 TruckLabor Module subscription, users gain immediate access to an active link that enables them to launch it directly from any case, access the TruckLabor Module, create an operation and import all
It’s no secret that 2020 was a difficult year for so many people and businesses. You don’t need us to tell you that. But, there is always optimism to be found in times like these, and in that spirit, FE reached out to a wide variety of executives from OEMs, suppliers, technology providers and more,
Every December at Fleet Equipment we write a “Trend of the Year” piece summing up the year in trucking, and of course, in 2020 the mind immediately leaps to the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s no way around it: Between shutdowns, travel restrictions and affected businesses, the pandemic has shaped everything about this year, both in and
Telematics and visibility may have been FE’s 2020 Trend of the Year, but the trend didn’t stop on Dec. 31. Beyond the ongoing trends outlined in that story, here are a few teasers from our group of technological experts on what technology fleets may be able to take advantage of in the next year and
Decisiv, Inc. is expanding its asset type classification to increase coverage for heavy-duty trucks, and adding medium- and light-duty trucks, trailers, refrigeration units and off-road equipment models to its platform. Decisiv says it is also developing active analysis capabilities. With the expansion of asset classification, the platform is now working in the background to analyze
While many of our country’s businesses either shut down or saw business slow significantly this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one area of the economy that has had to stay resilient is truck service. To borrow from the famous motto of the United States Postal Service, neither rain nor snow nor pandemic can keep