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my.Dashboard Offers Fleet Managers Preventive Maintenance Compliance Tracking and Trending

October 02, 2006

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN – GE Commercial Finance Fleet Services recently enhanced the preventive maintenance-reporting feature of its integrated, Web-based reporting application my.Dashboard. New preventive maintenance reporting delivers information based on the completion status of preventive maintenance transactions, such as oil changes. As a result, customers can analyze and track preventive maintenance over time, identifying late preventive maintenance transactions that may result in compliance and warranty issues. They can also track early preventive maintenance transactions where expenses are incurred before there is a need.Preventive maintenance reporting within my.Dashboard consists of a key performance indicator that trends a fleet’s preventive maintenance compliance, including tracking transactions by preventive maintenance type (e.g., oil changes, DOT inspections), asset type, distance, and time parameters, as well as individual customer organizational structure. With one click, customers can view their preventive maintenance transactions that were completed outside of their specified parameters.
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