GPS trackers: Your billing issues resolved
It’s a new age where GPS trackers are helping fleet business owners overcome many obstacles. They’ve already discovered the power GPS trackers give to them for drivers out on the road, but more of them are also finding out how invoicing is getting better by using the same technology. In part one of this series we talked a bit about how GPS trackers make for easier billing and provide you with a paper-free system. In part two of this series we’re talking about how GPS trackers can help deter client disputes and provide helpful, informational reports.
Deter Disputes: There will be less arguing with GPS trackers, because they make invoicing easier on everyone involved. The nice part about GPS trackers recording everything automatically is that if your client questions the invoice, you have proof to defend their claim. You will have a time stamp of the exact time that you charged them for by regarding the GPS tracker. Managers and the accounting team will know every location visited, when they were visited and how long trucks stayed on location.
Informational Reports: GPS trackers have reports for just about everything you could imagine needing. For example, idle times, labor time, vehicle usage, maintenance, fuel usage and vehicle condition. These are all important aspects for your fleet business which need to be taken into consideration when you determine what your pricing should be in order to make a profit. In this way the GPS trackers’ reports are also tied into invoicing.
In the end, anything that speeds up the billing process will, inevitably, begin to increase your business’ income. GPS trackers are helping to make speedy billing cycles and resolve any issues you might have prior to implementing these devices. With the proper documentation invoice calculations are straight forward with a lesser chance of disputes and reporting is faster.
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