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Bahamas Telecommunications Company Gains Real-Time Visibility to Fleet Running Costs

July 01, 2008

FITCHBURG, MAFleet management software provider Chevin Fleet Solutions continues to expand its telecommunications client base recently, adding Bahamas Telecommunications Company to their rapidly growing list of global clients. Chevin Fleet Solutions is a provider of enterprise fleet management software; its two primary products are FleetWave and RoadBASE.

Bahamas Communications Company (BTC) provides comprehensive telecommunications solutions to the more than 30 districts and out-islands across the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. BTC's suite of services includes telephone, cellular, mobile trunking, and high-speed Internet access, and supports these offerings with a fleet of more than 700 pieces of equipment spread across the country.

Utilizing FleetWave, BTC will link each of their facilities together, allowing them to share resources, reduce on-hand parts inventories, and significantly improve maintenance practices and compliance of the countless inspections and certifications required for their diverse fleet. With integration to the company's enterprise financial and HR systems as well as external maintenance providers, telematics, and fuel management systems, FleetWave has dramatically streamlined labor and paper intensive processes. Additionally, with FleetWave's support of auto-generated e-mail and SMS text notification of pending, due and past due PM's and safety inspections, BTC has vastly enhanced its management and oversight of statutory and safety related tasks.

With simple deployment over the BTC's intranet, the fleet management team is now able to access FleetWave from anywhere at any time, providing real-time reporting and query capabilities, presenting remote and casual users with accurate and timely information regarding fleet conditions, scheduled maintenance, and compliance statistics. 

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