Fleet fuel management: Fuel card integration
Utility fleets: Fleetio fleet management software has unveiled a new addition to their fuel card integration options. WEX (formerly Wright Express) products can now be linked up with Fleetio accounts to automate the fuel reporting process, saving time and giving more control over expenses.
Fleet management: Fleetio fleet management software has unveiled a new addition to their fuel card integration options. WEX (formerly Wright Express) products can now be linked up with Fleetio accounts to automate the fuel reporting process, saving valuable time and giving more control over expenses.
With this integration, transactions from the pump show up automatically for each vehicle, generating useful stats like cost per mile and average fuel economy. The online software also uses updated mileages to trigger reminder emails for maintenance and other important fleet activities.
Tony Summerville, CEO of Fleetio, adds, “We are thrilled to add WEX to our lineup of integrated fuel card options. WEX is a major player in the fleet space and we are happy to be working with them.”
With built-in logic, Fleetio also takes the extra step to validate odometer entries from the pump, flagging bad mileages so that users can go back and correct them. This serves as a critical safeguard against bad data, empowering accurate fuel reporting and great decisions.
Fleetio customers can add fuel card integration to any paid monthly or annual plan. The software is also free to try online at http://www.fleetio.com.
Fleetio is a web-based software solution for fleet maintenance management. It was founded in 2011 to provide a simple, yet powerful way to manage vehicles and log maintenance. Fleetio keeps track of an organization’s vehicles, their records, and all past and future maintenance items. Our solutions allow customers to track mileage, handle maintenance on time, and securely store all vehicle information online. As a web-based system, our customers can access Fleetio anytime, anywhere.
Fleetio is made by Rarestep, Inc., a software company based in Birmingham, AL focused on creating web-based software.