Tierra introduces Vista+, its latest solution for the management of mixed fleets in Construction after-market. Vista+ is the next-gen telematics application that completes Tierra’s telematics solution for fleet management Blend+, bringing data integration from third-party APIs and other telematics providers.
Vista+ offers a wide range of features that make it very adaptable and versatile. As a brand-agnostic solution, it allows to work with any telematics provider. It also provides various customizable features, such as the dashboard and its associated widgets, and customizable users’ permissions for functionalities like machine views, access, and up to 100 reports, among many other items. Moreover, it comes with iOS and Android mobile apps, for total freedom and flexibility.
Managers of mixed fleets can benefit from a series of advantages offered by Vista+, such as the complete and continuous visibility of all vehicles and pieces of equipment, thanks to QR codes and bar codes enabling accurate data capturing. Any asset on a jobsite can be identified, located, tracked and even retrieved if stolen.
In addition, Vista+ uses AEMP and native standards for both inbound and outbound data transfer and integrates with other systems and functions such as CRM, ERP, billing, etc., making it suitable for a wide range of after-market users, from Accounting to Rental Operations, from Product Support Operations to Sublet Truckers.
“Vista+ is the result of the constructive approach that has been characterizing Tierra for more than 10 years. Our constant attention in understanding our Customers’ expectations and meeting their real necessities has brought us to create a new solution to expand our telematic portfolio. Vista+ is the element that completes our fleet management platform Blend+, to offer a comprehensive solution to the Construction aftermarket users in the US.”
Paolo Traso – CEO of Tierra S.p.A.
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