GPS trackers: Technology with benefits
Most people already know that electricity practically runs their lives. As a fleet manager of electricians going out to manage electricity for society we’re willing to bet you understand the vital nature of your business, as well. There is a lot of responsibility for an electrician and it’s alright to admit that you’d rather the job be a little easier. In part one of this series we talked about 2 wonderful ways that GPS trackers aid electric companies. Today, we want to talk about 2 more.
1.) The ability to increase productivity: Having GPS trackers is a great way to improve employee productivity. The GPS trackers in each vehicle will record data such as start and stop times when an electrician goes out to complete a job. The live map allows management to keep a close eye on the location of their drivers and hold them accountable for their actions.
2.) The ability to provide accurate payroll: Most companies probably have a time sheet or card for each employee, whether that be digital or paper. Even if you’d like to rely on older methods it’s nice to have a backup system in place for an extra level of accuracy. By importing a beginning and end-of-day report discrepancies can be found at the click of a button. GPS trackers help with the process of streamlining payroll and having proof of time worked to ensure that payroll calculations are correct.
Electric companies from all around have saved money on fuel expenses, provided better customer service, increased employee productivity, and provided accurate payroll thanks to GPS trackers. For business to remain lucrative, it’s worth it for most to put in the initial investment for GPS trackers. Perhaps now is the right time for your electric company to take advantage of this technology.
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