Morse Watchmans introduces Keywatcher Fleet at Ifsec

London, UK and Oxford, Ct (USA)

Morse Watchmans recently showcased its Keywatcher Touch and Assetwatcher key and asset management solutions at Ifsec International in London, where the company also introduced Keywatcher Fleet, a key control system specifically for fleet management to the visitors at the show.

“We’re thrilled to once again showcase the exciting features of our Assetwatcher and Keywatcher Touch solutions,” said Fernando Pires, CEO at Morse Watchmans. “This year, Ifsec attendees can get a demo of our Keywatcher Fleet, which is purpose-built for fleet managers. We are looking forward to sharing all three key and asset control products with Ifsec 2019 attendees.”

Morse Watchmans’ Keywatcher Fleet offers fleet managers a wide array of tools to maintain and optimise vehicle usage while reducing many operational costs.

Managers can create user role-based “Pools”, or groups of vehicles, to automatically assign each vehicle accordingly. Flexible booking workflows enable customisation to balance usage, ensure vehicle availability and more. A range of service features makes it possible to report problems and automatically initiate new or scheduled work on each vehicle. System alerts notify management to specific issues such as an unauthorised booking attempt or expiring driver’s license, and the system generates a number of useful reports with actionable insights. A convenient dashboard displays real-time status, bookings summary, vehicle use and many other data points to provide the pulse of the fleet in an instant.

At the show the company also demonstrated updates to Keywatcher Touch including a new database design, a desktop fingerprint reader that allows users to enroll fingerprints through Truetouch software, and the ability to utilise multiple Keywatcher Touch server instances with a single SQL database.


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