This is where GPS tracking technology comes in. GPS tracking helps your business to stay ahead of the pack by analysing and recording details as quickly and efficiently as possible. With better fleet management you as a business owner can get results such as saved time which leads to the ability of having an even greater output and you therefore target more customers and this therefore increases revenue. You would also be able to save fuel and decrease maintenance costs as well decrease vehicle downtime there increasing the company output and therefore saving money.
- Our GPS tracking solution tracks your fleet's history, recording the number of routes and time efficiency of the routes, drivers, and vehicles. With this information you would now be able to make much better management decisions that you would not be able to make with GPS tracking Technology.
- According to Ford Motor Company, "every hour that a vehicle is idling is equal to approximately 25 miles of driving." GPS tracking can show managers when the vehicle starts, when it’s in motion and when it’s sitting – details that can help cut down on idling time and increase efficiency.
- You no longer have to worry about whether your reputation could be tarnished by a rogue driver as I'm sure you find yourself constantly worrying about this especially in Trinidad and Tobago.
- You would also be much more capable in making on the spot decisions that you would not be able to without GPS tracking and especially in an emergency.
American Signature, Inc, a furniture company in the eastern US, implemented GPS tracking for 50 of its 130 total stores in 2009. As a result of the improvements made to their delivery systems through fleet management software , the company has since seen a 15% reduction in miles traveled per store, a 20% reduction in overtime for the delivery teams, and an 11% increase in dollars of merchandise delivered per mile traveled (Aberdeen Group, 2009).
The use of fleet tracking systems in the US is expected to double in the next four years, from 13.3 million to 30.4 million in 2016 according to ABI Research. “The commercial telematics market continues to enjoy good overall growth as smaller fleets and new non-trucking segments such as delivery, service and public and private transportation are being addressed by vendors offering more affordable solutions,” said Dominique Bonte, VP of Telematics and M2M at ABI.
As more options for fleet tracking emerge, the communication and management capabilities of GPS technology benefits manufacturing businesses both large and small. Businesses can use it to find the most direct driving routes, adapt to current traffic conditions on the fly, and streamline their procedures to be both timely and cost-effective. That is why most businesses in Trinidad and Tobago are embracing GPS technology with open arms
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