GPS tracker: What geofencing is about
You’re probably wondering what this GPS tracker feature called geofencing can really do for you? The geofence can be any shape or size and allows you to set a boundary area where a vehicle is allowed or not allowed to travel. This will alert you if your driver happens to travel across the set boundary. It is, truthfully, one of the most complex features of the GPS tracker system, but it can improve the quality of your business in many diverse ways.
Of course, it is imperative for drivers to be at a job site timely. Geofence alerts will warn you when a driver enters or exits their job-site. With a GPS tracker system, you will be able to have a digital time stamp for the arrive time of your drivers, when their work actually begins and when they leave. This means no more pesky time sheets or clocking in. The drivers can just get right down to business.
Another way geofencing can help is by making payroll a little easier. Payroll is a headache for a lot of companies and it’s normal if you feel this way about yours. Don’t let paper timekeeping weigh you down. GPS trackers mean that you will never feel the strain of manually keeping track of your drivers’ work hours again. With the GPS tracker system you can allow geofencing to automate your timekeeping records to an all new accuracy level. Payroll nightmares can finally be over.
Geofence alerts can also save you money by keeping your insurance premiums to a minimum. Insurance companies love safety features and give discounts to companies that utilize GPS trackers. The geofence alerts will allow for after hours monitoring to prevent theft or damage to vehicles. GPS tracking devices coupled with geofence alerts gives your equipment much more security. Geofences are a very valuable way to help improve your business.