Chevin Fleet Solutions has launched a new data collection app, Fleetwave Forms, offering fleets the ability to custom build data collection forms.
Forms can be used to replace a manual or paper-based data collection form using mobile phones or tablets – and can even be accessed while offline, facilitating automatic uploads into FleetWave as soon as an internet connection becomes available. Users have the freedom to decide exactly what information they want to capture, and in what format with no restrictions.
Designed with drag-and-drop tools for ease of use, Chevin’s form building software allows system administrators to create customized data collection tasks using features such as dropdowns questions; free text entry; date/time selection; decimals, geolocation stamping, signature capture, barcoding, photos and more.
The form creator can be used to specify who can access each form based on a variety of factors such as the drivers name, vehicle type, job/role, department and more. Workers can then simply log-in to view their forms, collect information and submit data back into FleetWave using an iOS or Android device.
Forms can also fulfil much wider job functions. Users can share and receive business-critical information such as vehicle inspections; mobile technician worksheets; driver trip records; business expenses; accident reports; safety and risk assessments; sales transactions; and proof of delivery.
Ultimately, FleetWave Forms facilitates a number of key business-boosting benefits, including:
- Improved visibility of information from field workers
- Direct and automatic integrations with FleetWave
- Enhanced accuracy and timeliness
- Creation of an auditable compliance trail
- Enforcement of financial controls
- Promotion of sustainability by the elimination of paper, digitizing information and automating data transfer
- Increased security of confidential information by eliminating postal requirements
- Elimination of double data entry
FleetWave Forms also eliminates risks and inefficiencies associated with manual labor-intensive data entry; information processing delays; workload duplications; incorrect interpretation; lengthy invoice cycles; missing or incomplete data records and potential loss or damage of paper documents.