OKLAHOMA CITY (Sept. 1, 2016) — Business owners who have had the experience of running a booth during a large convention, trade show, or vendor event should understand the importance of having everything very well organized. The goal is to bring awareness to the brand and, with a bit of luck, walk out of the place making more money than was spent to rent the space. In the meantime, it’s vital to keep up with all the steps it took to get to that point. For the next big event, GPS tracking could be the go-to solution. Today, US Fleet Tracking reveals GPS tracking tricks to help businesses effortlessly manage vendor events.
1.) Inventory Control: With GPS tracking, booth managers can monitor and control their inventory from the moment they acquire it to the moment they sell it. The inventory list can be automatically updated within the GPS tracking system. If there happens to be more than one driver bringing merchandise, the live map makes it easy for other users to see where the rest of their party members are located. The days of trying to caravan and keep up with another driver up ahead are over, thanks to GPS tracking.
2.) Avoid Traffic: The logistics go beyond inventory control and seeing other drivers on the live map. In fact, if traffic or other road hazards should pop up along the way to the vendor event, drivers just need to look at the map for options to re-route their path with a few simple clicks.
3.) Store Data: Some devices even have extended battery life, are lightweight, and portable. This means, that users could keep track of potential customers that stop by their booth by adding in their personal data. This allows the business to be able to reach out to those leads later on with other promotional offers!
There are so many uses for GPS tracking devices and using the software for the next vendor event is a smart solution!
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US Fleet Tracking is the leader in live vehicle and asset tracking, providing groundbreaking sub-ten-second live tracking. 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 XLIX and the 2010 Winter Olympics. For more in-depth details, and to access a live demonstration of US Fleet Tracking’s system while in motion, visit https://www.usfleettracking.com.