GPS Tracking: Building better foundations.
Let’s say you are the owner of a small construction company, and while you have a lot of large equipment and machinery, you do not have a large daily commute. You may not see GPS tracking being beneficial, or quick frankly, worth the investment. We challenge you to give it a second thought. What you carry and what you do day in day out makes you an excellent recipient of all the benefits you will gain from what GPS tracking offers.
Less overhead: You have the potential to lose a lot of money when multiple vehicles have excessive idling. This wastes fuel and therefore cuts into your profit. The less costs, the more you make.
Recoup lost equipment: Because the equipment is valuable and what you do is very apparent by the signs on your trucks, you become a target for theft. With the installation of GPS tracking, robbers are less likely to proceed if they know you are watching, but in the event they do not care and go through with the theft, turn around on recovery is much quicker.
More accountability for your workers: With GPS tracking, your employees know that you are all eyes, or at least your dispatchers are watching what they do. This accountability gives them an added element of desire to do their job with more accurately. PTO hours are given if you see an actual need, and the regular hours are more efficient. You may not be able to see everything on site, but you do know if they are where they are supposed to be, at what time they arrive and leave, and if they are wasting your time or resources.
These are only a few ways your industry can benefit from GPS tracking, but as you can see with these three alone, you will save a lot of money, meaning you will make more money. We see this as a benefit you should obtain soon, because once your competition gets wind of the opportunity, they will not pass it up.