Uptake offers free fleet maintenance software to keep goods flowing

Uptake looks to keep stores stocked with essentials by preventing truck breakdowns

While some industries are struggling to make sales during the COVID-19 outbreak, others are struggling to keep items in stock. This is particularly true for everyday items like food, water, toilet paper and other household essentials. While many folks are hunkered down at home, our nation’s truckers are moving these products to retail stores as quickly as possible, and breakdowns can dramatically slow the supply flow. Uptake looks to limit breakdowns by offering companies tasked with moving these essential items by offers its predictive maintenance software for free.

The Uptake predictive maintenance software is available to any fleet companies currently using Geotab telematics devices and that subscribe to either the Pro or ProPlus rate package. Uptake predictive maintenance software downloads all the vehicle data then and, within days, delivers maintenance recommendations to help keep company vehicles on the road so supply keeps moving.

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How effective is Uptake’s AI-enabled predictive maintenance software? Braden Pastalaniec, VP of Transportation for Uptake, says, "Uptake has worked with some of the largest fleets in America to reduce on-road breakdowns by 20%.”

Given there are 3.5 million Class 8 trucks on the roads today making key deliveries and roadside breakdowns occur every 10,000 miles, Uptake’s system could play a big role in keeping shelves stocked during the COVID-19 outbreak.

To learn more about the software and see if your company qualifies for the free predictive maintenance software, send an email to Braden.Pastalaniec@uptake.com.

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