• England vs. Wales: Post-Game Fleet Analysis

    Posted by Stacey Papp

    The final whistle has been blown and the scores are in. It was a close-cut game of sky high England attempts on goal and questionable “no hand ball” calls from the referee. But at the end of the day, goals win games and England just scored more than Wales: a contentious half-volley from ...

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  • 4 Ways to go the Extra Mile for Your Customers

    Posted by Andrew Mead

    It is no secret that customer service is of utmost importance for business success. Your customers are essentially the reason your business exists, and, therefore, it is vital they have a high opinion of your organisation.  It doesn’t take a genius to work out that if you treat your cust...

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    3 ways vehicle tracking can help to improve customer service

    Posted by Andrew Mead

    When thinking of fleet management, it’s easy to visualise it as simply dots on a map. But tracking your drivers’ whereabouts is only one small part of what a fleet tracking solution can help you to achieve. Here are three more ways vehicle tracking can help you to boost your performance,...

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  • Benefits of Commercial GPS Technology

    Posted by Andrew Mead

    There are many benefits of GPS technology. From decreased costs to real-time driver insights and improved driver safety, the value add is clear. Dive into the benefits below. Increased Efficiency and Cost Savings  With custom reporting, your fleet can work with a higher level of efficiency &n...

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  • Make Payroll Pain-Free With Fleet Tracking

    Posted by Andrew Mead

    Many businesses still rely on timesheets to determine payroll. While this may seem like a logical system, any manual process naturally opens the door to inaccuracies, either due to human error or straight-forward falsification of hours worked. By automating payroll with the help of a GPS system, bus...

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