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Why Installing A Gps Fleet Tracking System Makes Sense



If you're in an industry that involves operating a lot of company-owned vehicles, there's no time like the present to take advantage of technology and install TIGTrack's GPS-enabled tracking system in your vehicles. As you're about to read, the benefits can be tremendous.

A Minor Expense Leading To Major Savings

As with so many business decisions, you have to weigh financial factors when deciding whether or not to install a tracking system. Fortunately for you, this is one case where the financial benefits of a given piece of technology are easy to see! GPS tracking will save you money in a number of ways.

For a start, the wealth of information that a fleet tracking system provides will help you make all sorts of decisions. Resource allocation and estimation will be vastly improved. You'll be able to schedule vehicle use more tightly, reducing unprofitable downtime. Depending on your insurance provider, you may even be entitled to lower premiums on your fleet after you install tracking equipment!

A Positive Change For Your Employees

At many companies the installation of a vehicle tracking system is met with grumbles by the employees who use the vehicles. With the proper presentation, though, you can help your employees see that GPS trackers are useful to them as well as to you.

A good tracking system will automate a lot of record keeping (e.g. maintenance and service logs) that your drivers were previously responsible for. GPS tracking also makes your drivers safer by enabling you to support them better in the field. Finally, a tracking problem will also eliminate uncertainty with regards to hours worked, cutting back on "he said / she said" arguments over billable time.

Delivering Better Service To Customers

If your vehicles are used to interact with your customers, a GPS tracking system makes a particularly valuable asset. It simplifies dispatching considerably, reducing customer wait times and ensuring that your resources are used as efficiently as possible. With the right hardware and software, it's even possible to share the benefits of your tracking system with your customers, showing them exactly where your vehicles are and exactly when they'll arrive on-site!

If your company relies on operating a vehicle fleet, there's no time like the present to start thinking about the benefits of GPS-based tracking. This is a technology whose time has come. If you don't start taking advantage of the possibilities now, you may find yourself at a disadvantage compared to competitors who have embraced this powerful new equipment ahead of you.

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