TORONTO, Ont. — Cetaris Inc. is making VMRS 2000 support available to all its fleet customers using the Fleet Assistant maintenance software.
VMRS (vehicle maintenance reporting standards) allows fleets to improve the consistency and quality of their maintenance data and provides a foundation for fleets to conduct internal trend analysis and benchmark their maintenance operation with other fleets utilizing VMRS, according to Cetaris.
VMRS establishes a universal reporting convention for industries that utilize all types of cars, trucks, and other equipment as well as standardizes the data records and reports related to the activities associated with their unique maintenance operation.
Doug Andrew, a former Vice President of Maintenance for TN, is the VMRS support person at Cetaris. He is an original member of the Maintenance Committee of the Regular Common Carrier Conference (RCCC) that created VMRS. Cetaris developed Fleet Assistant in conjunction with a major vehicle OEM, benefiting from more than 30 years of combined fleet maintenance experience. According to company, Fleet Assistant marks a shift from simply tracking equipment data and expenses to making proactive, fact-based decisions through the analysis and interpretation of fleet data.
Today, Cetaris products are installed at more than 1,000 major OEM and fleet locations supporting the work of thousands of end users.
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