GPS / Telematics

Calif. Corrections Unit Adds Fleetio Fleet Management Software

July 21, 2015 - Press Release

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's (CDCR) Division of Adult Parole Operations has implemented Fleetio's web-based fleet management software for 1,500 vehicles, according to the company.

The software will allow the unit to more efficiently manage its fleet by tracking vehicle assignments and maintenance, importing bulk data from other current systems and gaining real-time insight into overall fleet utilization and spending.

The unit will be able to more effectively manage its operational budget and make data-driven decisions on issues such as vehicle performance and disposal.

"We were intrigued by Fleetio's ease of use and liked that the service included robust support and training," said Michael Penzkover, the division's staff services manager. "We felt that Fleetio's simplicity would encourage adoption across our organization but knew it would also provide us with powerful metrics and tools to strengthen our fleet operations."

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