Urban field service personnel spend their days navigating the hustling, bustling cities and suburbs, where populations are high and cell coverage abundant. Enterprises using GPS tracking to monitor vehicles, equipment and personnel can easily link field vehicles to fleet managers and dispatchers by transmitting data across ground-based cell-tower networks (CDMA / GPRS). >> Continue Reading

Monitoring vehicle activity and driver behavior are not the only functions of your GPS tracking system. If you work in an industry that has power take off (PTO) events, then you can benefit from monitoring them as well. Imagine how you could improve your business if you knew how often certain equipment was operated. This type of insight into your daily operations can help you increase profits and streamline your business. >> Continue Reading

Many small businesses think that they can’t afford GPS tracking, or that they don’t need it because they only have a few vehicles. Both of these common misconceptions can be quickly dispelled when you think about the many benefits that a GPS tracking system provides. The return on your investment more than makes up for the cost of the system, and you also get more intangible benefits such as a better customer experience and an edge over your competition. >> Continue Reading

One of the main reasons to use vehicle tracking is to help you save money, but this is not the only benefit of fleet GPS. You can also reduce your environmental footprint and get a greener fleet. Even if these environmental benefits are not a priority for your business, they also translate to more savings and better branding opportunities. Vehicle tracking allows you to provide better service and present a truly green image. >> Continue Reading