BeyondTrucks, a multi-tenant SaaS transportation management system provider, and Fleetio, a fleet maintenance management software provider, announced a new integration partnership.
With this partnership, mutual BeyondTrucks and Fleetio customers can arm their dispatchers and fleet managers with real-time asset information resulting in better decision making.
By combining Fleetio’s fleet maintenance software for managing fleet asset maintenance with the BeyondTrucks Transportation Management System (TMS), fleets can now streamline their maintenance process and dispatch availability data to determine if an asset is in or out of service.
“With real-time Fleetio data at their fingertips, fleet managers have unprecedented opportunities to improve the cost efficiency of their fleets,” says Matt D’Souza, chief revenue officer for BeyondTrucks. “Knowing when a vehicle is due for scheduled maintenance or has been grounded for repair is invaluable in the dispatching process. Integrating the two without the need to switch between platforms will greatly improve the operational efficiency.”
The Power of Fleetio and BeyondTrucks Integration
Dispatchers using Fleetio and BeyondTrucks can now verify equipment availability and compatibility for loads or customer requirements, integrate preventative maintenance schedules into load planning, and customize driver workflows based on equipment needs.
Establishing and maintaining integration between Fleetio and BeyondTrucks is simple – just enter an API key and toggle a switch. These platforms, as multi-tenant software-as-a-service systems, offer real-time connectivity more efficiently and affordably than traditional on-premise or private cloud software.
“As a modern technology partner, BeyondTrucks is innovatively built to support fleet managers in the demanding, commercial trucking environment," says Tyson Goeltz, chief revenue officer at Fleetio. "Fleetio is excited for the optimization possibilities this partnership will bring to our mutual customers, continuing to streamline fleet management operations.”