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New asset management software launched by Bulb Software

The package offers a fully integrated lifecycle management and connected things solution that, according to the company, ensures assets are optimally available for staff to operate, controls their costs and offers efficiency gains through automation of operational and administrative tasks required to manage them. 

BulbThings offers the following features:

  • Single tool to manage all sorts of assets: BulbThings allows customers to understand not only the global cost but how much an individual staff member costs using their assets and it incentivizes them to operate more economically.
  • Simultaneous tracking and management of assets:  customers can follow orders, contracts, events, and exits or returns of all assets. Bundled with the device-tracking option is real-time location and usage data.
  • Collaborative solution: this next-generation web app (built on html 5) provides notifications and alerts to asset managers, users and suppliers, meaning a customer can work more efficiently and in real-time.
  • Integrated strategic analysis: analyses data from multiple source (eg connected assets, suppliers’ invoices, user app) and provides managers with the insight needed to optimise asset usage and cut costs.

“BulbThings allows the management and best usage of vehicles, mobile devices, equipment and more,” commented Leslie Depond, Bulb Software chief customer officer.

“We know from talking to our customers that the BulbThings approach of allowing management of all of a user’s assets in one place, makes it much easier to control everything while keeping down costs. Whether your business is big or small, BulbThings will connect your assets via a single, Cloud-based solution. And as more things get connected in the enterprise, our solution will allow the tracking and management of them all.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.