Fleet business owners have come to realize the countless benefits of fleet management systems with the use of GPS trackers. From a simple vehicle tracking device, GPS has evolved into an effective business tool and become almost a necessity for every fleet business. GPS tracking devices provide you the ability to closely monitor driver behavior and find opportunities to improve fleet efficiency. With our software, you can set up automated alerts to track speeding and idle engine times. Reducing these driving behaviors, tracking vehicle usage and optimizing driver routes can help reduce fuel costs. Adjusting routes to reduce drive time allows fleets to run more efficiently and lets drivers focus on providing better customer service to their destinations. Our GPS Tracking Software helps companies across North America reduce fleet operating costs and manage mobile assets more efficiently. While the possibilities are endless, here are a few examples of how our fleet management systems can benefit your business:

1. Optimization of Fleet Resources: Vehicle tracking allows a company owner to monitor the location and performance of their fleet vehicles at any time. The tracking system provides accurate information on fuel consumption, driver habits, excessive idling, and the precise location of the vehicle. When the managers and business owners have all the relevant data related to operational performance, they can focus on specific optimizations that will drive maximum revenue for the business.

2. Reduce Fuel Waste: Fuel is the largest expense for a fleet business. Fleet managers can generate detailed fuel usage reports and analyze them to identify the causes of fuel waste and put a stop to them. Fleet management systems can save a company tremendous amounts of money on fuel.


3. Maintenance Costs & Downtime: The tracking software can be configured to send alerts when maintenance is due. Receive email or text alerts indicating when vehicles require oil changes, tire rotations or other routine maintenance; this allows fleet managers to know exactly when fleet vehicles need servicing and preventive maintenance keeps your fleet healthy. Properly maintained trucks use less fuel and experience fewer malfunctions during deliveries.

4. Shorter Route Planning: Lack of road directions can leave a fleet driver confused on the road. However, with the help of tracking software, managers can plan efficient routes to the destination even before hitting the road and give step by step directions to the drivers for their entire route. This allows drivers to spend less time on the roads and keep everyone much safer on the road. Fleet tracking can also inform a driver about any alternative routes if and when needed, such as in the event of unexpected construction on the road or accidents slowing the vehicle. With proper route planning and tracking, drivers can complete job orders faster and even finish an extra job per day.

5. Customer Satisfaction: Business owners often find it difficult to meet the ever-growing demands of the customer. They want faster delivery along with constant updates on with options to suit their needs and timelines. When a fleet vehicle is equipped with GPS tracking system, the dispatcher is able to make quick and informed decisions that are sure to improve customer service. By knowing where the vehicles are at all times, dispatchers can alert customers in advance if the driver will be late or give his exact location when en route. In addition, for customers who have been billed by the hour, exact billing can be extracted from the GPS by knowing the technician’s arrival time and departure time, providing the exact time they were on the job.
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