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EDC Client Collective Data Reports Record Revenue Growth

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA–FEBRUARY 6, 2014–EDC client, Collective Data, Inc., a leading provider of fleet and asset management software systems, has announced another record year of revenue growth, which is the highest in company history. The company attributes its growth to the increased demand and interest for flexible software that is tailored to specific workflows and processes.

“We saw nice growth across all of our customer segments including government, construction, and utilities,” said Jason Wonase, President & CEO of Collective Data. “Our products are particularly helpful to these organizations as they are seeking to boost productivity and improve how their fleet is operating.”

A number of new software options for collectiveFleet™ and collectiveShop™ were released in 2013, which helped to contribute to the continued growth and interest in the product. A dashboard-style view called “Mission Control” was released that allows users to manage Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) of the fleet operation in one place and take action. Another notable release was “Enhanced Scheduling”, which simplifies scheduling by automatically creating service schedules based on availability in the shop. A number of other software add-on options for productivity improvements were released such as vacation tracking, auto-email triggers and Active Directory integration.

“Collective Data has some aggressive and exciting initiatives ahead,” said Mr. Wonase. “I’m confident we can make 2014 a very successful year on many fronts because of the fantastic team that makes up Collective Data and the strong partnerships we have with our clients.”

About Collective Data, Inc.
Collective Data is a provider of high-end fleet and related asset management software, headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA. Collective Data software helps improve productivity, reduce operating costs, and provides better reporting for organizations whose fleet and related equipment are mission critical.

For more information, visit http://www.collectivedata.com.