ARI today launched a suite of enhancements and new dashboards for its award-winning ARI insights® fleet management system. The fully-customizable dashboards are designed to improve analytic capabilities and usability by placing greater emphasis on data visualization.
“The underlying principle of our ARI insights system is to deliver the right information, to the right people, at the right time, allowing them to make the most informed decision possible,” said ARI Vice President of Product Development Tony Candeloro. “The latest system update leverages customizable widgets to improve data visualization. Key performance indicators, dynamic pie charts, trend lines and color-coded exception alerts help users quickly identify critical information about the real-time performance of their fleets.”
ARI insights users can now customize nearly every aspect of their personalized dashboards with widgets that deliver content ranging from high-level overviews to in-depth analysis. The dashboard store provides fleet personnel access to popular dashboards currently in use while an interactive preview template allows users to drag and drop widgets from a variety of categories to deliver the information most vital to their fleets’ operations.
Additional enhancements include the ability to configure alert settings to change color from green to amber to red based on user-defined exception level changes as well as the option to display links to all Desktop Intelligence Reports currently available.
“We continue to evolve and invest in our leading-edge fleet management technology to keep pace with the ever-changing needs of our clients,” continued Candeloro. “We are excited to roll out these latest enhancements to our client base and, together, use these new tools to stitch together the millions of data points generated by a fleet on a daily basis to help develop comprehensive strategies that drive down total cost of ownership and improve operational efficiency.”
The new ARI insights dashboards and features will be introduced to ARI’s clients during a phased rollout in the coming weeks