GPS tracking: Storage for customer data
After years of being in business it’s quite possible to have your customer files taking up the majority of one wall. Perhaps, you even have files taking up several wall spaces. Some fleet businesses have migrated to digital files such as spreadsheets or to using storage in the “cloud”, but even those require a little more work to maintain than the easy to use method we’re going to share, today. If you’re already using GPS tracking software to make your fleet run more smoothly, then it’s time we enlighten you to the fact that the devices you cherish for overseeing daily happenings in the field can also be used to keep track of your customer’s data.
You can digitally enter in loads of customer information and save a lot of rainforests. The information drivers might also need to obtain while on the road might include things such as names, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers, and notes about the last service or products they’ve received. Now, if drivers need to gain quick access to customer information, they don’t need to lug around a clipboard of papers with customer data scribbled on it.
The GPS tracking system allows all users to be connected to the same information. This way anyone at the office or in the field has the ability to add or change data and others will see the modifications. This may be useful in situations when the driver encounters a time delay and needs to get in touch with a customer to inform them of the new estimated time of arrival. For many reasons, GPS tracking is the smart, safe, and simple way to maintain all customer data. That’s right, it’s time to ditch those dusty, old (and possibly smelly) files.
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