TATEMS International announced it has created an innovative piece of fleet maintenance software. The TATEMS fleet maintenance software program has gone from strength to strength over the years since its conception, as the company has always strived to listen to those fleet managers, technicians, businesspeople and data entry workers who actually use the product. They take recommendations for improvements seriously, always on the lookout to evolve and refine things to offer the very best systems possible.
The TATEMS fleet maintenance system is easy to use even if you don’t like computers — all you have to do is pay attention to the popup reminders and run clear, precise reports (there are some very useful tutorial videos on the website at tatems.com if you need help with this), the company says.
Trying to maintain and manage an entire fleet on your own can get stressful, especially if you’re trying to remember countless important things in your head at any given time. Mental records, paper records or even digital spreadsheets are often unreliable methods; they don’t provide reminders, they can be messy or unreadable, you can forget things and records can easily go missing.
The TATEMS system was designed to make fleet maintenance software convenient, easy and straightforward to use. Instead of becoming overwhelmed by complicated systems or inefficient spreadsheets. With TATEMS, simplicity and convenience are paramount. This straightforward database allows you to get printable reminders for maintenance, licenses, permits, vehicle registrations, parts reordering and more, as well as clear reports and maintenance printouts to show your team and compliance officers, the company says.
TATEMS Truck and Trailer Equipment Maintenance Software is developed, maintained and offered by PCHelp LTD. TATEMS was first developed in 1998 when the team at PCHelp noticed a need in the market for an easy-to-use program that would allow clients to properly track and maintain their equipment and help them pass BIT (DOT) inspections, the company says.