Trimble enhances, adds new integration to TMT Solutions for transportation

Trimble enhances, adds new integration to TMT Solutions for transportation

Trimble has announced new enhancements for its TMT Service Center and TMT Fleet Maintenance solutions, as well as a new integration with KeepTruckin’s mobile communications tool.

“As the COVID-19 pandemic has shown, maximizing asset uptime is a critical component to keeping the supply chain moving,” said Renaldo Adler, industry principal for asset maintenance with Trimble Transportation. “Each of these enhancements to our TMT solutions is designed to enhance the fleet maintenance process, enabling users to focus on increasing profitability, improving uptime and serving a wider variety of customers.”

The company describes the new features as follows:

  • TMT Fleet Maintenance and TMT Service Center – Credit Card Processing: TMT Service Center Credit Card Processing provides third-party credit card processing through integrations with a payment processor partner. With this new tool, service centers who have a merchant account through a third-party payment processor partner can accept credit card payment from their customers.
  • TMT Service Center – Dashboards for Advanced Reporting: TMT Service Center’s new Advanced Reporting dashboard joins Trimble’s existing Advanced Reporting tools for TMT Fleet Maintenance to provide Business Intelligence reporting services for both fleets and service centers. The new dashboard provides a configurable way to visualize data such as invoices, profitability and resource efficiency.
  • TMT Fleet Maintenance – KeepTruckin Integration: With the new integration to KeepTruckin’s mobile communications tool, TMT Fleet Maintenance customers can receive vehicle data such as inspection reports, location, meters and fault codes directly into their back-end maintenance platform, Trimble says.

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