Hi BrendanMy suggestion is not to start with the technology solution first but rather identify the business processes associated with each requirement that you have highlighted. This will give you and your team an opportunity to improve and automate each area, eliminate steps/errors, consider better ways to support fleet operations, and understand what type of reporting you require for each activity.As a start, I recommend that you carve out some time for you and the team to do simple process mapping. An easy way is to use coloured Post-it Notes on a spare wall, as follows:
In relation to technology selection, I also suggest to consider non-functional requirements (e.g. viability of provider, security, integration, performance, reliability, support, etc.).Ultimately, it's not as much about the technology as it is about understanding your fleet activity requirements in detail, selecting tech that closely aligns or has the flexibility to align with these needs, ensuring smooth transition/implementation and dealing with the change management (mainly people) issues.Lastly, there are a number of tools that IPWEA FLEET offer to its membership, some of which may be useful to you now. For example, IPWEA FLEET's MAINPLAN tool covers a number of the areas that you have mentioned and could potentially be articulated to a more comprehensive solution. Have a look at https://www.ipwea.org/communities/fleetplantmanagement/fleetmainplan for more information.
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