Fleet software specialist Bynx has released its latest software version, further supporting fleets to save costs, manage the lifecycle of their vehicle assets and maintain RVs.
The new Bynx 12.13 release includes important technology stack changes and an update to the Oracle 19c database, enhancing data optimisation and diagnostics to help users achieve better operational, analytical and workload performance.
It also brings added support for commercial fleets through enhanced maintenance management, providing increased functionality, more streamlined job processing and control of authorisation processes.
Supporting commercial fleets with vehicles using ancillary products fitted from different suppliers, the new maintenance functionality enables users to create service patterns against vehicles, ancillaries and at a model type level.
Fleets can also now select applicable service patterns and build these specifically into their full service operating lease quotations, and can combine service patterns into a single view.
Bynx 12.13 also includes improved reporting capability, in particular when it comes to data centred around residual value optimisation.
Finally, the new version helps support fleets introducing electric vehicles or managing existing EVs. This includes increased manufacturer model data and reporting capability, which can be used to provide insights to help manage the fleet mix optimally and in line with both business and environmental goals.
Commenting on the enhancements for the latest release, Gary Jefferies, sales and marketing director at Bynx, said: “As the fleet sector continues to struggle with the effects of the global pandemic, compounded by markets that are moving away from vehicle ownership to usership and new mobility choices, we are excited to be offering a single, integrated platform that delivers all the tools, dashboards and apps fleet managers need for the optimal management of the vehicle lifecycle. Bynx 12.13 contains a completely new technology stack that delivers even more power, functionality and capability.”