We’ve reached an era where the growth of technologies and affordability of technologies makes it a lot easier for individuals and companies to buy. A great example is the tracking and GPS industry, once a technology used for a select few expensive vehicles or equipment, is now affordable for domestic uses for security or for SME’s wanting to keep track of fleets or vehicles.
With the number of entries at an all-time high this year and a prestigious list of entrants inclusive of multi-national corporations, retailers and public sector organisations, Verilocation are extremely proud to announce that they have been shortlisted for this years ‘Sustainability Leaders Award 2013’.
With more cars on the roads now than ever before, vehicle tracking has become an incredibly important tool for employers who wish to evade such problematic and time-consuming traffic. But aside from avoiding traffic and road problems, here are 5 extra benefits advanced tracking units can supply to businesses:
Efficiency is key for new businesses, and investing in car tracker technology could be the decision that helps your company grow and prosper safely. The business world can be particularly vicious to new start-ups. One of the biggest threats young companies face are spiralling costs. You need to limit these as much as possible from the get go, and avoid any unnecessary spending wherever possible. Car tracking technology can help you cut your costs in a number of ways:
Vehicle tracking systems are popular among businesses that operate using fleets of vehicles for many reasons. One such reason is that it inevitably gives employers more control over outward business and more eyes when it comes to checking the progress and work ethic of employees travelling between places of business. With multiple vehicles spread across the country or even abroad, it is difficult for employers to conceive an overview of all business operations that isn’t a list of destinations.
With fuel costs at an all-time high, the issue of fuel theft is an ever increasing problem, costing the logistics and commercial industry millions of pounds a year. The scale of the problem ranges from one-off targeted siphoning to employees taking small amounts each time they re-fill, but both resulting in major losses to companies over time.
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Every kind of business can benefit through the use of powerful GPS configured systems dedicated to vehicle tracking. Whether a company has one car or a fleet of a hundred, it makes absolute sense to be constantly aware of exactly where each and every vehicle is on the map. This knowledge means communications with clients can be correctly organised to inform and update on likely arrival and completion times. This degree of organisational ability can do wonders for inspiring confidence in management staff and the company itself. It stands to reason that the communication of a vehicle's location between company and client is integral to keeping an assignment firmly on track.
Mobile phone tracking undoubtedly offers many benefits to businesses. All astute managers want their investments to deliver a tangible return, and to see some bang for their buck. Mobile tracking is a relatively new technology that has had an incredibly positive influence on the logistics industry. It delivers ROI in several key ways: