Five Ways GPS Tracking Will Save You Money: Part 2
In our previous blog we established that you are concerned about your bottom line and that this desire to save money dictates the choices that you make point blank. Good news: We are on the same team. We too want to see you save money. We are on a mission to make sure that you are taking the most cost effective routes to your goal. Literally and figuratively.
So to review, we have chosen five ways you are currently losing money in order to show you have GPS tracking can assist you in turning these areas around to in turn save you money!
1. Less time in the shop: When GPS trackers are installed into your vehicles, you have the option of setting maintenance reminders that will notify you when your vehicles are due for routine work. These reminders are a proactive way of keeping your vehicles on the road and out of the shop for an extended amount of time. Less time in the shop means more time on the road,equating to more money in your pocket.
2. Pay for a job well done: While every employee may not work as hard as you do, this fact does not have to keep you from getting your money’s worth. With timecards and features installed in your vehicles for added accountability, employees are not as likely to play around on the job. You will now have a way to track their when, what, and where.
3. See the “Big Picture”: GPS tracking will give you the knowledge to know your business better. With a multitude of available features, gain an overall knowledge and presence in a number of departments with the click of a button. With GPS tracking, you can be in all places at one time, thus allowing you to navigate through cost savings on a grand scale.
4. Save money on fuel: GPS tracking will help you find the quickest route, will track your idle time, and will once again keep your employees from taking leisure trips on the clock.
5. Cut Insurance Rates: Many insurance companies will reduce your rates once you implement GPS tracking. Companies have reported saving more and more money due to cut insurance premiums once they installed GPS tracking.