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SOFTWARE: Bridgestone introduces TreadStat tire and rim management solution



TENNESSEE – Bridgestone Americas is introducing the next generation of its off-the-road (OTR) tire and rim management software, TreadStat™. The performance tracking solution has been enhanced to include several new features that support the evolving needs of the global OTR industry. The TreadStat system uses advanced analytics to help customers manage the lifecycle cost of their tires for increased efficiency and profitability.

The TreadStat tool features a new, innovative user interface that increases productivity through customizable dashboards that deliver rich analytics in real-time directly to users’ computers, tablets or smartphones anywhere in the world. Global efficiency is increased by technology improvements such as additional multilingual support, convenient application program interfaces, instantaneous data conversion and integration with the B-TAG tire pressure and temperature management system from Bridgestone.

Forecasting, work scheduling and budgeting also are improved by the data driven analytics platform. Bridgestone has enhanced the TreadStat tool to be accessible on mobile devices and tablets through the TreadStat Mobile Inspection app. The app ensures vital details are accessible on any device across the globe, and allows users to quickly and easily:

  • Conduct vehicle inspections online or offline, saving time, eliminating paper and improving productivity;
  • Conveniently note critical exceptions requiring immediate action and share data via email to reduce operating costs; and
  • Manage a global operation via one system to unify data driven tire and rim management decisions for increased efficiency.

TreadStat will be available in January 2017 to help fleet managers save time and increase productivity. To learn more visit https://commercial.Bridgestone.com.


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