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Haitian National Police Adopt Fleet Management System

January 06, 2015

The Haitian National Police, the law enforcement and defense force for Haiti, recently selected Chevin’s web-based enterprise fleet management information system, FleetWave to manage the operations and maintenance of its fleet of 4,500 units and more than 40,000 pieces of related equipment across the country.

FleetWave’s uniquely flexible capabilities will allow the Haitian National Police to meet the diverse requirements of its national law enforcement fleet, and provide the necessary controls to drive ongoing efficiencies and proactive visibility and transparency over the international and private donor contributions provided to the Government of Haiti, according to the company.

As FleetWave delivers completely user definable capabilities throughout, all of the Haitian National Police’s specific requirements can be met without the need for costly and time consuming development, according to the company. With its industry leading web-based architecture, FleetWave can be easily deployed to remote barracks and rural locations around the country and can be quickly accessed by casual system users using their web browser from anywhere at any time.

“International organizations like the Haitian National Police face extensive and constantly evolving challenges today. They need to maintain and provide a broad array of services while constantly improving oversight and cost control over an expansive geography,” said Ron Katz, SVP of North American Sales for Chevin. “FleetWave is an ideal solution for dynamic law enforcement organizations that are looking to enhance management oversight and improve customer service. FleetWave’s web-based architecture provides a centralized solution with extremely comprehensive yet flexible capabilities for efficiently managing fleet equipment.”

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