If you employ a fleet of vehicles – whether five, 500, or 5,000 – you’ve likely heard of global positioning system (GPS) vehicle tracking technology.
This innovative “telematics” technology can transform the way you manage your fleet, resulting in significant cost savings, productivity enhancements, and other operational improvements.
According to Frost and Sullivan, a global market research and analysis firm, fleet operators that successfully implement a fleet management system can realize significant cost savings and operational improvements.
Productivity Up to 10 – 15%
Vehicle utilization Up to 15 – 20%
These companies can also realize overtime reductions of up to 10 to 15 percent, and labor savings up to 30 minutes per day, per driver. But there’s more to fleet management than just cutting costs and improving vehicle performance.
You can also:
- Reduce greenhouse emissions and meet other environmental goals
- Route drivers more efficiently to improve customer service and on-time deliveries
- Increase revenues by taking on more business without adding drivers or vehicles
- Gain a competitive advantage by improving overall fleet efficiency
Best of all, because GPS vehicle tracking systems are easily scalable, they can deliver these results for fleets of all types and sizes.
Whether you run a service business with 10 or fewer vehicles; a statewide public agency with thousands of cars, trucks, and in-field assets; or anything in between, you can control costs while operating your entire fleet more efficiently.