Efficiently managing your people, teams, vehicles, and, generally all resources, is a key to success. Overuse exhausts people and equipment. Under use does the opposite and costs you money by not getting the most out of your resources. Our fleet management system, specifically our routing subsystem, has an easy to use tool to help with this analysis and improve the utilization of your vehicles and assets.
Optimizing your routes is not an optional task. With a little work, real results that add measurable value to your business can be achieved. The end result of optimizing driver routes and stops, is that you can free up resources: from employees to vehicles, minimize mileage related expenses, improve on time performance and ultimate lower your overall expenses.
What’s the best way to use GPS GPS Trackers in your Landscaping Business? We take a deep dive matching tracking equipment to your mowers, vehicles and trailers to give you a solution that gives you tools to help manage your landscaping business – including ideas like proof of work, driver behavior and maintenance management. We also factor in theft recovery into this strategy. We all know that downtime from theft and loss is expensive and quick recovery is important. A good tracking strategy looks at all of these details and this document is focused on that: the hardware to use and the reporting frequencies we recommend.
Plug & Play GPS Tracker advantages include full tracking insights on rentals, temporary, contractor and employee owned vehicles without installation hassles.
The Plug and Play HS3K GPS Car Tracker is our favorite OBD-II tracker yet. It’s got the features that make it just what you want for your fleet of cars and trucks. It doesn’t require installation and yet, it generates valuable vehicle insight. The focus of this post is to explore plug and play GPS tracker advantages over installed trackers.
Step 0 – GV628W GPS Tracker Installation Guide
We’ve included all this information in a handy, printable GV628W GPS Tracker installation guide
When you think of theft recovery, are you just thinking of recovering a truck, van, or maybe a piece of equipment? You are not alone – that is what most people think. Recovery of those "big ticket" things is a major benefit of having a GPS tracker in your vehicles.
But look at time and productivity as well. These are things that you can't touch or feel but they are are stolen little by little every day by employees. While some workers are stealing time and productivity by doing side jobs, others are doing it unwittingly by simply not moving fast enough.
Proactive Fleet Monitoring.
Our reports are a valuable tool to help you analyze the historical performance of drivers and vehicles, but there are times when you need to know RIGHT NOW when something happens. With the help of our Alerts and Monitoring tools, you can be notified when a specific event occurs. We will send an email to one or more addresses when a specific event occurs. For mission critical situations that require loud and clear notification, you can receive phone calls to a predefined list of phone numbers using our third-party vendors. Read more about the Proactive Fleet Monitoring tools below to get an idea of how they can help you better manage your fleet.
When you have a staff, providing services to customers, scheduling their time efficiently and being responsive to your staff's needs and your customer needs is a significant challenge. Keeping track of who saw who when and where – especially when it all changes at the last minute – can be daunting. Gathering supporting data for end of the month customer invoicing can be difficult, even for the smallest teams. For a bigger team it can be fraught with errors. At the end of the month, determining who was where at the beginning of the month can be challenging and time consuming. In a manual system, working through customer disputes over invoicing, two or three months later becomes a no-win proposition as memories and information become foggy. GPS Car Tracking can provide the tools to filter through all of this easily.
Copious amounts of gps tracking data is collected from your cars and trucks every day. The value of that data is largely dependent on the tools provided to make sense of the data. This is an area that Tracker Systems has spent a lot of time and energy. To get our Fleet Management Software
right, we've talked to our customers to understand what they do, what they want to see and we've put together a uite of tools to answer their most pressing needs. What we provide is a set of analysis tools are a combination of alerts, reports, and route playback widgets. Here is just a sampling.
Geo Fences, geo what? What's a Geo Fence, man? That is a fancy name for a virtual boundary around a geographic area, like a job site, home. office, warehouse, or even an entire city. Geo Fences will alert you when one of your trucks enter the area, leave the area, or both. You can have many of them on the real-time GPS tracking system, even geo fences within geo fences. Alerts can be emailed to get instant notification that one of the geo fences were triggered. There are two types of reports showing summary and detailed history.
IFTA is an agreement between US States and some Canadian provinces that allows members (truck owners) to coordinate all their fuel tax and tax filing responsibilities with their base jurisdiction rather than each jurisdiction where they operate. This coordination applies to fuel taxes only and does not cover road taxes, weight taxes or similar taxes.