Co-operative Funeralcare has implemented Civica’s Tranman software to improve the management of its 1,500-strong nationwide fleet.
The company has more than 800 funeral homes across the UK, along with a large number of hearses, limousines, private ambulances and cars.
The maintenance and repair module of the Tranman software co-ordinates maintenance and service and inspection patterns based on time and use profiles for assets, vehicles and their sub assets.
Co-operative Funeralcare aims reduce downtime of vehicles and assets by maximising on the fleet control capabilities of the system.
The back office module of the software includes asset information to maintain life maintenance, cost and charge histories for all assets, ensuring legislative compliance.
Head of transport Terry Jarvis said: “One of the main objectives of installing the Tranman software was to be able to monitor costs in more detail.
“We wanted to be able to transfer data to and from other systems and to improve the financial information made available to other parts of the business”.