Texada Software announced the launch of FleetLogic, a mobile and desktop application that enables users to manage inspections and work orders, track asset-specific history and parts specifications, and look up equipment availability, status, and location in real-time.

The company also announced FleetLogic’s first customer launch with HirePool, New Zealand’s largest independent equipment rental company. FleetLogic will be deployed to 250 equipment service professionals managing HirePool’s equipment fleet at over 60 locations.

“Just in North America alone, the equipment industry represents over $100 billion of annual spending and is currently managed by operators and service technicians who are grossly underserved by software,” said Isaac Ristich, FleetLogic’s Head of Product. “Unlike pen and paper, FleetLogic is a revolutionary mobile platform that stores and analyzes data previously captured by hand and becomes an intelligence tool that instantly offers mechanics and equipment operators the information they need to do their jobs well, and efficiently. Questions such as: “What was wrong with this boom lift when it was serviced a year ago? Who worked on that dozer the last time it came into the shop? Which attachment in our inventory can work with a specific excavator, and how many are currently in stock?” can now be answered in the palm of a user’s hand. Our objective in building FleetLogic is to constantly improve both the productivity and the experience of equipment service professionals. Utilizing user-focused design principles, FleetLogic’s engineers work alongside mechanics and technicians to diagnose issues that lead to inefficiency and frustration and then build solutions. FleetLogic’s user interface and interaction are intuitive and familiar, making it easy and fast to deploy, and a solution that industry service professionals will love using every day. Equipment professionals will now have a central resource for all fleet related information, on almost any device, and their organizations can operate more efficiently and profitably while also improving their customers’ experience.”

About Noble Iron (NIR: TSX Venture Exchange)
Noble Iron is a technology company that offers software applications and services to construction and industrial equipment owners, renters and users to manage their equipment’s life cycle.

Texada Software, a wholly owned subsidiary of Noble Iron Inc., offers cloud or client-based software applications for equipment rental companies, equipment dealerships, construction companies, general contractors, and equipment operators, including mechanics, logistics and service technicians. Texada’s products manage the entire asset lifecycle, including equipment purchasing; rental and sales
transactions; inventory location, utilization, maintenance and depreciation tracking; used equipment sales and disposals analysis; and inventory replenishment analysis. Texada is the provider of industryleading technology FleetLogic, a mobile field service and logistics management platform, SRM, a complete management software for scaling rental businesses, and GateWay, an online store and mobile
e-commerce app for customers and sales teams. For more information, visit www.texadasoftware.com or call (800) 361-1233.

Noble Iron can be reached at (866) 762-9475, or at www.nobleiron.com.

Corporate communications contacts:
KJ Park
VP of Growth and Strategy
t: (310) 754-9054
e: kj.park@nobleiron.com

Nabil Kassam
Founder, Chairman & CEO
t: (650) 766-9177
e: nabil@nobleiron.com

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