If you run your own fleet concrete pumps and do the maintenance in house. You can use FieldInsight to keep track of the service and maintenance for your own assets.

You are able to setup maintenance plans for your assets and run detailed ROI reports showing cost for parts and labour.

Please note: this is an extended feature and you will need to upgrade your account Book in a free demo to see how it works and how it can help you.

Unit service job workflow

  1. Schedule a service job for your technicians (optional)

  2. Scan the QR code on your unit, or search for the unit

  3. Check when the the last service was done

  4. Add a service job and select the service to complete (this step will be automated early next year)

  5. Complete the service on a smart phone or tablet. (Options to add condition reports, labour and parts to the unit/asset)

  6. Print reports and check the service history in the office

Setup

We can help you configure the service tests and the reports, contact us for a workflow session and configuration fees

You need to be running your Account as a Unit Management Business Type

Then make the units visible under assets in System fields

Open the Asset page and click Add new asset and fill out the details for the unit. In the unit section at the bottom, select the unit that you want to link this asset too.

There's a number of options for the asset management, such as adding and removing fields and adding QR codes to quickly find the assets/units in the field. Read more about asset management here

Step two) create a service test

This is a short intro to Asset service tests, click here to learn more about asset service testing

Create a test

Click on Assets in the top navigation and select Tests, and click on the Add test button

Name your service test and click next. Click add question. In the popup enter the question and the type

Select Grid to create a condition checklist.

Next:

  • Schedule a service job for your technicians (optional)

  • Scan the QR code on your unit, or search for the unit

  • Check when the the last service was done

  • Add a service job and select the service to complete (this step will be automated early next year)

  • Complete the service on a smart phone or tablet. (Options to add condition reports, labour and parts to the unit/asset)

  • Print reports and check the service history in the office

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