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1. Reduce unproductive time


Managing a mobile workforce presents some unique challenges. Most notably, you are trusting your teams to be diligent and productive when no one is around to watch them. The lack of visibility makes it easy for employees to take advantage of the situation. From inaccurate hours to running errands while on the clock, it all adds up to one thing: wasting money.

Vehicles and people are large operational expenses. If you are going to make that investment, don’t you want to be sure you are getting the biggest return? With telematics, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your drivers and vehicles are exactly where they need to be, when they need to be there. No guesswork needed.

See the Difference with Telematics:

  • Increase vehicle visibility in the field
  • Monitor driver routes and reduce unscheduled stops
  • Compare driver hours with location data
  • Track work site arrival and departure times
  • Use driver scorecards easily identify risky driver

2. Eliminate fuel waste


Fuel costs can either make or break your business. With fluctuating prices and month-to-month business expenses, you want to ensure that you are getting the most out of your vehicles.

You can utilize robust telematics to easily monitor, manage, and predict vehicle and fuel usage to reduce fleet operational costs. Enhanced telematics have built-in tools specifically designed to monitor fuel-related costs and eliminate wasteful spending.

See the Difference with Telematics:

  • Use data to identify non-work-related vehicle usage
  • Reduce vehicle idling and speeding
  • Lower overall fuel usage and increase profits
  • Calculate fuel costs

3. Correct bad driving


Most accidents can be easily avoided with preventive measures and proper coaching. While there’s no guaranteed way to prevent accidents, there is a way to reduce them and make sure drivers are as protected as possible.

With a robust solution, you and your teams can monitor safe and risky driving behavior by identifying dangerous patterns, such as excessive speeding, acceleration, and sudden braking. With these historical trends, you can utilize the critical information you need to coach and better prepare drivers and prevent accidents before they occur.

See the Difference with Telematics:

  • Gain intelligence to reinforce better driving habits
  • Discourage risky driving practices
  • Improve your company’s safety culture
  • Lower the risk of accidents and legal liability

4. Prolong vehicle life


Your company makes substantial investments in vehicles and equipment. They are the backbone of any business, and they can be a financial and operational burden to maintain. Additionally, unexpected mechanical issues and missing regular service checks can cost more in the long run.

The right solution can directly integrate with your vehicles and read and report on far more than location data. You can also gain enhanced visibility into your vehicles’ diagnostics information and leverage that insight to best monitor the health and profitability of your vehicles.

See the Difference with Telematics:

  • Reduce unnecessary vehicle wear and tear
  • Get critical information to plan vehicle maintenance proactively
  • Gain near real-time vehicle diagnostics
  • Reduce vehicle downtime and repair costs

5. Provide better customer care


In today’s connected and customer-first world, companies must prioritize exceptional customer service. A poor customer experience today can mean missed revenue tomorrow.

With access to accurate and near real-time driver and vehicle information, you can efficiently respond to the changing needs of your customers in the most efficient manner. Not only will this visibility greatly help your operation, but you will also be able to retain more customers — a win-win for your business.

See the Difference with Telematics:

  • Save time responding to customers
  • Obtain real-time arrival and departure alerts
  • Gain driving metrics to save on future drive times
  • Obtain quick access to accurate and reliable vehicle information
  • Proactively communicate with your customers

If your business relies on vehicles and drivers to meet the needs of your customers, then you probably already suspect that you aren’t controlling costs as much as you’d like. The costs of operating a business like yours can add up quickly and erode your bottom line. Add safety initiatives and the increased demand for superior customer service, and that’s a lot to manage.

Thankfully, tools and technology have evolved to help you save time and money and meet the challenges that you and your business face every day. Competitive companies have come to rely on technology that ensures drivers and vehicles are as efficient as possible. That technology is called telematics.

What is telematics?

Sometimes referred to as GPS tracking, telematics is so much more than just dots on a map — it’s a fleet management tool that provides insight into your operation and clear, detailed oversight of how your vehicles and drivers are operating at any moment in real-time. You can utilize robust telematics to gain up-to-the-minute reporting on where your drivers and vehicles are at any moment, along with tools that help you manage your teams effectively.

The right telematics solution can help you:

  • Eliminate wasteful spending
  • Enhance productivity
  • Increase driver accountability
  • Deliver exceptional customer service
  • Reduce vehicle downtime
  • Increase safety and decrease accident liability 

Read through the sections below to learn more about how you can achieve better fleet management and cost control.

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