A subsidiary of Control Module Inc. (CMI), Fleet Management is home to one of the industry’s most accomplished and experienced engineering and design departments. Our company’s commitment to excellence originates with our management team and has helped us earn our reputation as a global leader in innovative equipment and services for vehicle management, fuel management and unattended gate security. For more than 21 years we have worked to set the standard for accuracy and reliability in our products, systems and support.
More than 160 Fortune 500 companies around the world use our solutions as critical elements in their operations. We have custom-tailored our products for many of these customers’ specific needs and applications, and most of our installations are designed to support multi-location management.
At CMI Fleet Management, we are ready to provide the vehicle processing equipment and security systems your company needs to increase productivity and reduce costs. Call us for a custom quote, or visit our contact page to fill out an online request form.
Fuel costs are a major expense for any car or truck dealership. With the Dealer Fuel Management System, you set the rules and control the dispensing – from a full tank for a new vehicle buyer or a few gallons for a test drive.
Track and control vehicles, service agent productivity, vehicle maintenance requirements, fuel dispensed, and dispenser operation. The system also identifies, tracks, and authorizes the operator by use of either a badge or keyboard PIN.
From automotive dealership to municipal lot, from corporate fleet to motor pool, Fleet Management’s automated gate systems put you in control of who is permitted in or out of a secure lot, with which vehicle(s), at any given time.
The Fuel Island Genus terminal places all crucial attendant and vehicle information at your fingertips. Vehicle identification, mileage, fuel utilization, and more can be logged and displayed with a simple key press.
System Manager is an ASP.NET based data-collection platform for accepting terminal transactions, managing terminal software updates, loading employees, distributing data, and organizing data for distribution to terminals.