TMW Systems introduces TMTRx cloud-based fleet maintenance solution

TMW Systems introduces TMTRx cloud-based fleet maintenance solution


TMW Systems introduced its TMTRx fleet maintenance solution for customers using the Innovative Access and Access Plus transportation management platforms. It is available to fleets of all sizes through a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). According to TMW, with the new solution fleets have instant visibility to repair order status of individual units to prevent dispatching equipment that is unavailable, and to efficiently route units in need of inspections, PM services or repairs to internal or third-party maintenance facilities.

Custom alerts and notifications can be set up at the unit and component levels in TMTRx to enforce fleet-wide maintenance policies. When a repair order is opened, an alert can instruct a technician to limit repair costs to $500, for example, for a unit scheduled for trade in. At the component level an alert can remind technicians to capture tread depth when installing or inspecting tires.

For fleets with expanded needs, the TMTRx Plus package has five additional modules:

  • The Shop Floor Automation Module helps fleets create a paperless workflow where supervisors can assign repair orders to technicians, and when the technician logs into TMTRx. The solution presents a worklist and automatically tracks labor throughout the workday and any parts attached to the Repair Order.
  • The Road Call Module allows fleets to efficiently manage road call breakdowns and link the road call to a repair order.
  • The Invoicing Module allows fleets to bill repairs performed for internal customers such as owner operators. Driver settlement deductions can be set up using the integration with Access Plus.
  • The remaining two modules allow fleets to automatically export warranty claims and parts purchase orders directly to Navistar or Volvo.

TMTRx or TMTRx Plus can be deployed as a SaaS solution with a character-based “green screen” interface, similar to that of Access or Access Plus or with a graphical web interface for point-and-click functionality. In either instance, the only hardware needed is a PC or tablet and internet connection.

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