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August 7, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Scroll through LinkedIn on a random day and you’ll see plenty of articles, posts, and blogs telling you how valuable data is for the modern business. And it’s true: the data you have access to is one of the most essential resources for getting ahead of the competition. What you don’t read so much about […]
July 8, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Running a tour operator or coach company is hard work. You need to ensure your passengers arrive safe and happy, your vehicles stay in good condition, your costs remain under control, and you comply with all relevant regulations. It all comes down to efficient, effective passenger transport management. This guide breaks down three steps to […]
May 3, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
There are over 281 million cars in the US alone. That’s a lot of business car drivers, all with their own tasks, agendas, and unique personalities. What type of driver are you and your fleet drivers? Find out below! Want to find out how you can manage risk and reduce the costs associated with running […]
January 22, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Transport and logistics companies are in a strange situation. Demand for their services is increasing worldwide thanks to the boom in cross-border e-commerce. At the same time, sourcing the most crucial element of their workforce – namely qualified, reliable drivers – is becoming more difficult. The reasons for this driver shortage (such as an ageing […]
August 6, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Since its introduction nearly two decades ago, telematics has become increasingly accepted by drivers and managers alike as a vital component of modern fleet management. Today’s advanced telematics systems come packed with features that make drivers’ lives measurably easier. Integrated accurate navigation which avoids traffic laden routes? Tick. Quick and easy automatic mileage claims? […]
May 16, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
One of the biggest reasons for taking greater control over a company’s activity out on the road remains the safety and wellbeing of staff. Driving is the riskiest activity most people engage in while at work and road crashes have been found to account for an estimated 96,626 in work zones in the United States. The […]
May 10, 2017 by Torsten Grunzig
Traditionally, fleets have used fleet tracking software or GPS-based systems to track the location of vehicles. However, the evolution of these systems into robust fleet management solutions is now enabling fleets to take even greater advantage of their mobile workforce and assets. Now you can achieve wider compliance and control, and run a smarter, more […]
January 18, 2017 by Mark Busa
Winter is now firmly upon us and across the Northern states of the US, professional drivers are now battling the elements, braving icy roads, freezing rain and snow squalls. While even the most seasoned driver needs to be reminded of some simple strategies for keeping safe while driving during the winter months, practicing safe driving […]
September 28, 2016 by Mark Busa
What if I told you that regardless of your business size, fleet tracking can have a positive impact on your fleet? Whether running one of the largest fleets in the country, or a small operation, your goals are the same. You want to provide your customers with great customer service. You want to maximize your efficiency […]
September 21, 2016 by Mark Busa
There are no hard and fast rules about how companies should use fleet management systems, but best practice and ways to measure data can be applied in several key areas to realize their full potential. The latest technology is capable of providing insight into a huge range of fleet activities, each impacting on different areas of […]