fleetster helps to analyze fleets through detailed reports.
Utilization report with telematics data
The first question we are always asked is: “Can driver's trips be tracked or can routes be generated with the help of single data points?” The answer is simple: No! No location data is captured or saved. The data plug will be connected to the car and only transmits the time and mileage status from the beginning until the end of the trip.
These data points can be exported or directly viewed through the fleetster software. In excel it is possible to create a detailed report including which cars can be removed from the fleet.
The analysis is especially useful for pool cars that are not managed with fleetster today. The usage analysis for all pool cars that are booked through fleetster was released a few years ago.
To identify saving potentials the new gasoline report helps to identify and export gasoline data. It is now possible to provide an overview of the usage of each car over a longer period or for each trip. In the process, the usage data will be compared with the manufacturer's WLTP specifications.
The third report that can be generated is the CO2 report. This report is based on actual usage and provides an overview. Just like the gasoline report it can also be analyzed over a specific period or for each trip individually.
Monthly vehicle costs
The monthly vehicle cost report provides an overview of all costs associated with a vehicle. This is particularly important for fleet managers to keep track of the costs incurred.
Driver costs report
The new Driver Cost Report provides a detailed overview of costs based on drivers, which are often used in HR for tax compliance and cost-benefit analysis.
The Leasing Mileage report provides an overview of the leased vehicles in the fleet and their mileage.
The report includes the total mileage of the vehicle since the beginning of the contract, the total allowable mileage for the entire contract period, and the total allowable mileage for the period between the beginning of the contract and the current day.
The Leasing mileage report helps fleet managers to keep track of the current status of all leased vehicles.
The Charging Infrastructure Report shows how much range the vehicles need after leaving the company and up to the next known charging point (e.g. the charging station at home). In this case, the users would then have to agree to the use of geofences, which makes this report much more complex.
The damage and total cost of ownership reports also follow.