GPS tracker: Enriching pest control businesses
GPS trackers are being used by many businesses these days, including pest control companies. In the pest control industry there are more than just critters about which to worry. Crawling around in the back of your mind are thoughts about business related costs and how to keep them as low as possible. There are many ways that GPS trackers can help such as improving customer service, increasing response time and decreasing costs.
Great customer service is important to your pest control company, because contact is what customers will remember and you don’t want customers remembering negative things about you. Customers are the most vital aspect to the company. It can be difficult to have tangible evidence of pest control services to offer your costumers unless you have GPS tracking. With GPS trackers, you will have the capability to show to your customers details of the date, time and how long your technician was at their home or business. This will decrease the likelihood of any discrepancies due to proof provided.
Another way to inevitably increase customer service and improve business is to increase response times. With GPS trackers, managers can improve dispatching. Managers can relay messages to drivers with new stops in their daily routes with optimized routing. This allows the technicians to arrive to job-sites in as little time as possible. Not only will technicians be able to make it to more job-sites by eliminating down time, they will be able to serve each customer sooner.
Decreasing costs is something every pest control company wants to do. Luckily, GPS trackers can help them do just that. GPS trackers can be used to prevent technicians from falsifying work hours and reduce a lot of business related expenses. A GPS tracker can identify when drivers start and end their workday, how many breaks they take and how many jobs were completed during their shift. Another cost cutting feature of GPS trackers is that they can improve route efficiency. Fuel can be majorly reduced if managers can monitor routes taken throughout a technician’s work day to ensure drivers are choosing the fastest routes possible. In addition, GPS trackers can help monitor vehicle maintenance needs.
GPS trackers definitely improve business practices and this is why so many pest control companies continue to use them.