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May 20, 2016 by Matthew Curtis
Companies with fleets of all sizes have had to deal with fuel wastage for decades to try to keep a handle on fuel costs. But what can you do right now to help lower your fuel costs? Today, there are a many things you can do to reduce costs, and there are many tools available […]
April 22, 2016 by Lori Higdon
Vehicles are one of your biggest assets and also tend to be one of the most taken for granted. Drivers may just view them as something to get them from job to job throughout the day, without paying attention or notifying the manager when something is wrong. Wouldn’t it be nice to have an automated, […]
March 23, 2016 by Mark Busa
Smartphones and tablets have transformed our lives – and while consumer apps attract lots of attention, apps that have been developed to save you time and money at work can prove even more valuable. With this in mind we found an abundance of fleet-related apps on the market today. Some are standalone apps while others […]
February 11, 2016 by Matthew Curtis
Today’s telematics systems can deliver a ton of data — Whether it’s big, small, quantitative or qualitative data, the insight it provides is crucial to the success of commercial businesses and can allow them to sustain business growth for years to come. After all, as the original data scientist W. Edwards Deming once said, “you can’t […]
January 6, 2016 by Matthew Gunzenhaeuser
Is reporting important? Routing, dispatching, and communicating with your drivers are major components of the fleet management function – and the key criteria for many when purchasing a telematics, dispatch or business software system. But reporting capabilities can be equally important – and should be one of your main benchmarks when evaluating your technology strategy. […]
December 21, 2015 by Matthew Curtis
Choosing a telematics system has never been more complex. While the only question used to be, “what can the solution do?”, today’s fleet manager has to worry about whether the solution integrates with their other business systems. The question at hand: Why should your GPS and Telematics system talk to your software? The answer is […]
December 11, 2015 by Matthew Gunzenhaeuser
New year, new efficiency for driver behavior This post outlines the 10 key steps you need to take to improve driver behavior. From getting buy-in from drivers and creating efficiency champions to league tables and targeted training, we outline how can you cut idling, speeding and harsh braking to create more efficient, safer driving and fuel […]
November 17, 2015 by Matthew Gunzenhaeuser
A study conducted by the Customer Contact Council has determined that customer loyalty is driven less by delight with your product or service, and more by how easy you can make the customer experience. In the services business, especially, inefficient fleet management practices can have an extremely negative effect on your clientele. Late arrivals, extremely […]
October 29, 2015 by Matthew Curtis
As the saying goes, “Old habits die hard.” But when you’re running a business, employees who are unwilling to change driver behavior can prove extremely costly. For fleet managers, boosting driving performance standards has become recognized as one of the most effective ways of cutting fuel and maintenance costs, managing road risk and reducing insurance premiums. But […]
October 20, 2015 by Matthew Curtis
Telematics has gained a lot of traction across industries. More and more companies are using today’s sophisticated fleet management technologies to improve their operations, save money and delight their customers. In fact, with the ability to integrate with other business systems, and the fact that telematics solutions can and should deliver detailed information about drivers, […]