OKLAHOMA CITY ( March 27, 2016) — In the past, tracking mileage for business used to involve notebooks, loose leaf papers, binders and sometimes just a scribble on some random, scrap piece of paper. That was, no doubt, the stuff of accounting nightmares. Luckily, GPS tracking has awarded many fleet businesses with technology to release them from the the doom and gloom of spending hours or days calculating.
With US Fleet Tracking’s GPS tracking system users will notice two pre-built reports for mileage tracking. Why are there two? Many managers have wondered and, perhaps, to some it may seem confusing, especially if they’re new to the world of GPS tracking. Today, US Fleet Tracking is going to briefly discuss the difference between these two mileage reports provided upon start-up.
1.) Device Mileage Report: This report is basic and allows management to track how far their fleet vehicles travel in a single day. Local businesses that do not have workers driving out of state have the most benefit with this type of report. It is perfect for to easily calculate mileage, individually, for each vehicle. The GPS tracking system will, also, allow managers to print the report if needed.
2.) Device Mileage By State Report: This report is a bit more advanced. It has the ability to keep track of daily mileage driven by each vehicle from state to state. Thus, if businesses are running a larger operation with a fleet that goes out of state then they can generate this report to see mileage information for specific or all vehicles based on the states they were in and at what time.
So there it is; a fast and easy way to track mileage no matter how near or far fleet drivers travel. With GPS tracking going the distance for fleet drivers, it’s possible to become a better business in no time. Imagine, already, just how much time and money can be saved just by tracking mileage automatically!
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US Fleet Tracking, located in Oklahoma City, is the leader in web-based, live GPS vehicle and asset tracking, providing groundbreaking sub-ten-second live tracking through its GPS trackers. In addition to expertise in tracking commercial vehicles, the company has provided tracking services to high-profile, large-scale public events. These include the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, 2012 Republican National Convention, Super Bowls XLI through 50, and the 2010 Winter Olympics. For more in-depth details, and to access a live demonstration of US Fleet Tracking’s GPS tracking system in motion, visit https://www.usfleettracking.com.