GPS Tracking: Creating Solutions
Let’s be honest, as a company in the market for GPS tracking software, one of the biggest items on your mind is money. How you make and save money is one of the biggest factors on which you base most decisions. You want to know that the choices you make for your company means a healthy bottom line, period.
With so many directions in which you could go, you want to ensure that if you chose to go down the path of GPS tracking, your path is a lucrative one at best.
At US Fleet Tracking, we are committed to your overall satisfaction, and are happy to highlight for you, five ways in which GPS tracking will save you money. To highlight money savers, we must first highlight how you are currently losing money.
1. Unnecessary time in the shop: While routine maintenance is a must, the more time your vehicles spends in the shop for break-downs and avoidable repairs, the more money you lose for several reason. For one, if your vehicles are in the shop they are racking up hefty repair bills. Secondly, time in the shop means time away from the open road. You make your money by sending vehicles to various destinations, and if they are broken down in the shop, you are missing out on money you could be making on a job. For this instance, you are spending money.
2. Paying for a job NOT well done: If only every employee would work as hard as you do, but let’s face it, they don’t. Good work ethic is hard to come by. While on the clock, not every employee is going to give you your money’s worth of work. If you have no way to track and keep your employees accountable, you are missing out.
3. Lacking the ability to see the big picture: Running a business requires an overall knowledge of multiple departments and aspects. Because you cannot be in all places at one time, you may be unknowingly letting important items slip through the crack. You may be missing out on a cost-saving feature because you aren’t seeing the big picture.
4. Money for fuel: A waste of fuel is one of the biggest ways companies lose money. Excessive and unnecessary idling, longer routes to multiple destinations, and personal trips on the company dime, are just a few ways you are losing money in the fuel department.
5. Skyrocketing insurance rates: Insurance is high. Period.