Does your agency deal with transportation for hire regulation and reporting requirements for any or all of the following: taxis, limos, TNCs/rideshares, pedicabs, shuttles, private ambulances, horse-drawn carriages, and/or wreckers? It can be difficult and time consuming managing it, right? Well, we are here to help.
Our FastTrackGov® (FTG) Vehicle for Hire Regulation & Reporting Software will get things automated; improve efficiency and accuracy while maximizing revenue. It is a complete for-hire vehicle solution.
FTG is a really robust application. It maintains ongoing, comprehensive history of all activity and supporting documents related to drivers, owners/operating authorities, vehicles, and medallions. It includes the built-in flexibility of the Microsoft Dynamics® CRM platform to manage changing requirements. It offers real-time and instant communications. You can expect easy-to-create dashboards, inquiries, and ad hoc reports, and system-generated alerts, notifications, and email/text capabilities.
Read about the Portland Bureau of Transportation and their decision to modernize their for-hire vehicle operations.
Drivers, owners/operating authorities, and citizens have online access to:
Drivers licenses/permits and renewals
Owner/operating authority permits and renewals
Vehicle registrations, renewals, and status changes
Payment of fees and penalties
Instant messaging between portal users and agency staff
Various status reports
Citizen complaints, requests, and compliments
Event reporting (accident, altercation, etc.)
Interfaces with TNCs to automatically load driver and/or vehicle data
Vehicle for Hire Regulation & Reporting Software will get your processes organized and ahead of the curve. Accepting, reviewing, and issuing licenses and permits gets a lot easier with minimal data entry for staff, no more incomplete applications, and automated approvals, confirmations, renewal reminders, and overdue notifications. You can manage your inspections and enforcement activities in real time. Electronically view statutes, codes, ordinances, and inspection checklists. Attach photos and/or documents to inspection or citation records. Track cases through appeals, hearings, and court proceedings.
-Eve Steele, Marketing Manager