Dash cameras have become a must-have for even small to midsize fleets. Read More
For Mosquito Joe franchise owner Daniel Brown, the details matter. His pest control company is based outside New York City—where notorious traffic mixes with unpredictable weather to potentially throw a wrench in his scheduling and deployment plans. Read More
Field service businesses of all kinds are dealing with many challenges—increased costs, a potentially cooling economy, and lots of competition. How well you build a business by attracting more customers is the difference between having a great year and just keeping the doors open. Read More
For most field service businesses, growth is more complicated than simply deciding to allocate more resources for crews and vehicles. Adding clients and increasing revenue has to first come from the assets you already have in place.
That’s where a good field service management business comes in.
Fuel tax reports can give you nightmares, we know. That is why GPS Trackit partnered with industry leader ProMiles Software Development Co., bringing an integrated solution for automated fuel tax reporting for you.
Insurance for your fleet is an unavoidable expense. Protecting your assets is a must. But you can save from 15 to 30 percent on those insurance premiums—thousands of dollars per year—simply by using a GPS-based fleet management solution in each vehicle.
Here’s how it works. Read More
Platforms like GPS Trackit’s Fleet Management solution offer a virtually unlimited selection of measurements and metrics. You can take a top-level view of your fleet as a whole, or drill down to specific vehicles and drivers to find more granular insights. With the right set of KPIs (or, key performance indicators), you can monitor the variables that mean the most for your business, from efficiency to safety to cost savings.
Here are 5 Ways To Manage the take-home vehicles Process –
Giving an employee a company vehicle is, depending on the situation, a necessary element of the job or a fantastic perk. Either way, it comes with some potential challenges you can control with some planning and better information. Here are five ways to manage take-home vehicles:
As scorching heat and violent storms rip through the Midwest this spring and early summer, fleet managers are looking for any extra intel they can find to keep drivers safe, reduce delays and keep supply chains intact. That’s where GPS tracking technology comes in.