Our recent improvements to the simTRAC system will give you the ultimate opportunity to see how your fleet’s travel decisions are affecting your efficiency and fuel consumption, and improve scheduling through enhanced simPRO integration.
We know it’s important to be across what your fleet is doing at all times and have responded to the feedback received in the simPRO Ideas Portal.
So what’s new?
- Improved filters to give users more control over what job details to display on the map in simTRAC.
- Multiple vehicle replays
- New fields to add information in vehicle properties.
Replay multiple vehicle movements to pinpoint opportunities for improvement
In the latest update, the replay feature has received a complete overhaul: multiple vehicle replays can be viewed at once, while also showing more information more clearly.
Users can review the scheduling decisions for the previous day or week and determine how the various choices made by either technician or scheduler can be improved.
In addition to this, users can now also skip ahead in the replays and see how long vehicles were traveling and stopped for, giving insights into how billable hours are being wasted due to long travel periods.
Enhanced understanding of consumption and costs
New fields have been added to vehicle properties relating to fuel consumption that can create a better understanding of how your business’ fuel allowances are being spent.
Now you can store the fuel card details, fuel type, fuel capacity and average fuel consumption in a vehicle’s properties and the software will automatically calculate the average CO2 emissions for that vehicle, a feature that is valuable for carbon footprint reporting and fuel usage exception calculations.
Integration with other simPRO solutions
simTRAC’s map interface has new filters to give you more control over what jobs and quotes to display.
Now, you can elect to see unscheduled jobs by due date, a feature that will assist with scheduling decisions as business owners and operators will be able to see the real-time location of their field staff in relation to the jobs they need to get done.
These jobs can also be further filtered by a range of additional features like the assigned tech for a job, the zone, status, job type and much more.