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Every day, organizational performance and success grows more reliant on expanding our technological infrastructure and improving the reliability of our data storage. This has led to an evolving movement towards securing and protecting our [...]
MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, 4 October, 2019 AssetWorks, a leading provider of integrated fleet management software solutions, recently named Nick Bridle Senior Industry Consultant for its United Kingdom and international operations. Bridle brings over 30 [...]
MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, September 10, 2019 AssetWorks, a leading provider of integrated fleet management software solutions, announced today a new mobile solution to provide a comprehensive offering for Capital Asset Management (CAM) for the [...]
Are you tired of receiving clipboards and forms from your staff that have smudges, rips, missing information or inaccurate or irrelevant data? Paper forms are a way of the past: modern fleet management systems [...]
As your fleet size grows, so does every other part of your business and data management. Suddenly, questions about your budget breakdowns for vehicle replacement, resource allotment, personnel and more start to add more [...]
Tuesday, 10:21 am. It’s always a Tuesday. The smell of metal. Burned out, buzzing lights swing precariously above. Somewhere, the all familiar drip-drip of leaking oil reminds you of another problem yet to be [...]
Classic movies? Timeless. Classic restaurants? Nostalgic. Classic software? A liability. Unfortunately, not all things get better with age. The older a program or set of code is, the more time malicious individuals have had [...]