ERP vs Fleet Management Software - What you need to know?

Often organization with extensive operations, face an ongoing battle whether to use an existing ERP system by adjusting it for their fleet management or should they acquire a separate Fleet Management Software?Chances are that anorganization head will claim that the firm has already paid for an ERP system which incorporatesall operations into it. Why pay for an additional software that isn’t “necessary”?
Despite of several proven advantages of an ERP system when it comes to managing total corporate resources and integration, it often fails to meet the demands when it comes to the complexfleet management processes and operations. For instance, an ERP system provide the generic work order reports which lacks the flexibility to create intelligent reports to measure the KPI’s and performance of any fleet. Besides this,manual data entry makes it more prone to errors. In addition to this, it provideslimited interface with inventory control.
Since fleet operations require systems that are tailored to their specific requirements which considers their complexity and performance speeds, making it large-complex operation.

Does this imply that an ERP system is incapable of managing a fleet? While an ERP system may handle a portion of the tasks required, but an organization requires a full-fledged Fleet Management Software Solutionsuch as Eagle-I that not only collects the data but also perform strategic planning and make decisions to manage fleets throughout their whole operation.

Eagle-i has a centralized cloud-server that can be easily integrated into existing company systems including its ERP. To add expanded functionality, efficiency, seamless and efficient operation, organizationscan integrate their existing ERP and MIS system with Eagle-I advanced vehicle tracking andfleet management software with suitable levels of automation.

The integration of Eagle-I with ERP system provides you a single click glass pane view of work orders,expenses, repairs, inventories, suppliers, mileage, compliance, vehicle history, and warranties. Keep track of the fleet’s Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)andReturn of Investment (ROI): a critical statistic to enhance the efficiency and productivity of your fleet. Besides this, it can prevent future downtime by using preventive maintenance, provides real-time driver behaviour, and asset utilization

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