Full Vehicle Status Tracking
fields are provided that allow you to track details
associated with a particular vehicle's location and
availability. The system maintains a history of these
status codes so you may track a vehicle throughout
the logistical pipeline. Vehicle statuses are automatically
controlled by the system.
Allows you to have an accurate representation of your
vehicle inventory throughout the logistical pipeline.
Provides an audit trail for monitoring vehicle movements.
Now you can control planning activities based on projected
vehicle movement and control where your vehicles are
located and when they are available for sale.
Damage Logging History
damage is recorded using industry standards indicating
the area, type and severity of the damage. The Damage
Log also records when the damage has occurred and
who bears responsibility for the damage. Damaged vehicles
are placed in an appropriate damage status category
and are prohibited from further movement until the
damage has been corrected. Damage information is merged
with the vehicle's status history.
A complete damage history enhances quality assurance
measures while providing documentation on vehicle
delays and delivery estimates. Damage history also
enables a review of damage costs and possible trends
that may indicate patterns in damage to vehicles.
The damage history also provides information valuable
in assessing and evaluating warranty claim history.
Age Limits on Vehicle Status
vehicle is associated with a location status, which
defines where the vehicle is physically located. Vehicles
that spend too much time in a particular status may
indicate a situation that requires management attention.
The system highlights vehicles that are not moving
within an acceptable timeframe and reports such exceptional
situations for management review.
This ensures that vehicle inventory aging is managed
properly. The system provides an audit on inventory
to ensure that vehicles have not been overlooked,
and provides management with information on exception
situations so that corrective action can be promptly