SaFleet will be launching a full fleet management and safety management software programme in May 2019. The programme will be available online and accompanied by a multi-platform app for multiple fleet management functions on the go to ensure up to date information real time and minimise paperwork and time.
The application features all the important elements required to ensure your fleet is well managed, maintained, monitored and utilised. Safety is our passion and the programme ensures that your drivers are well managed and ensuring safety is well practiced in your Company and minimising risk to your business. This is a perfect auditing tool to manage all your SOP’s and safety accreditation requirements.
Analysis is very important to ensure fleet managers understand the status of their fleet and drivers, and also understand the strengths and weaknesses. “Management is, above all, a Practice where Art, Science, and Craft meet” – Henry Mintzberg.
Although the system is a great management tool, it has been designed simple yet effectively to ensure all users and administrators can comfortably utilise the system for accurate analysis and results. It hosts over 50 sections in the programme and will appeal to all size businesses from small to large and all different fleet types from logistics businesses, Rep fleets to FML and rentals.
SaFleet has been designed by a fleet manager with over 15 years’ experience in the industry who has specialised in driver safety and won awards for best Fleet Management practices. The team is very excited to launch the programme in the industry and believe that this system can make a difference in your business.
To receive an invitation to the launch day or receive further information on the programme or launch please send an email to email@example.com or contact on 071 172 7221. Companies can also register on www.safleet.co.za
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