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November 27, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Are you involved in car fleet management? Then you have a range of costs to consider. First, there are direct costs: things like depreciation, interest, vehicle repair, maintenance, tires, fuel consumption, insurance, and tax. Then, you have indirect costs: things that are much harder to calculate but can have a significant impact on your business’ […]
September 4, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Data management and big data have been business buzz words for several years now. From GDPR and multi-cloud to the proliferation of personalization and the opportunities presented by the connected world – data in all its guises remains a priority for many businesses. This latest blog post looks at the top five data trends dominating […]
August 20, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Road safety is of paramount importance to any fleet manager. And it’s an area where technology can be hugely helpful. This guide takes a look at how digitizing more of your processes can help you maximize the safety of both your drivers and vehicles on the road. Better driver training The most important person of […]
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 29, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
It is fair to say that the term ‘big data’ is often misused. When applied to fleet data, however, it’s perfectly apt. Taking telematics as an example, SaaS solutions such as WEBFLEET will process millions of data probes along with hundreds of thousands of messages and GPS positions every single working day. Complex data sets […]
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 […]
March 14, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
For many small and medium-sized companies in a variety of industries, cars and vans play an essential role. A fleet of even a small number of vehicles, however, changes the nature of your workflow. Specific challenges need to be overcome and jobs need to be dealt with. Without careful, attentive workflow management, these issues can […]
March 12, 2019 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Does your company rely on GPS to do business? Then you should make sure you’re ready for the GPS Week Number Roll Over. Also known as the GPS Leap or WNRO, this event will affect many GPS receivers all over the world in April of this year. If your company is impacted, it could cause […]
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 […]
November 21, 2018 by Joan de Haene Godefroy
Winter driving can be challenging, even for the most experienced of drivers. Motorists have to contend with a number of winter-related issues, including reduced visibility due to darker hours and adverse weather conditions. When the road is your workplace, the risk of an incident rises significantly. In fact, a third of all road traffic accidents […]