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Why It Pays to Monitor Fleets with GPS Tracking Devices (The Small Business Expert Blog)

By Jessica Stoddard Back to Home on Aug 16, 2016
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Every fleet manager faces the daily challenge of monitoring their drivers while they're on the road. Understanding how your employees behave in the field is the key to keeping your expenses low and your revenue high. If you rely on driver reports and anecdotal evidence instead of hard, irrefutable data, reducing your operating costs and increasing your revenue can feel like an impossible task.

A new article by Jessica Stoddard-Zyk, Linxup's Director of Product Marketing, has been published on The Small Business Expert Blog. Created by Susan Solovic, an award-winning serial entrepreneur, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Amazon.com top 100 and USA Today bestselling author, The Small Business Expert Blog provides actionable tips small business owners can use to improve their operations.

In her article, Stoddard-Zyk discusses the ways that GPS tracking can directly benefit a variety of businesses:

"Every fleet manager faces the daily challenge of monitoring their drivers while they're on the road. Understanding how your employees behave in the field is the key to keeping your small business's expenses low and your revenue high. If you rely on driver reports and anecdotal evidence instead of hard, irrefutable data, reducing your operating costs and increasing your revenue can feel like an impossible task."

GPS tracking devices act as your eyes when your drivers are in the field. By collecting comprehensive data on daily routes and driver behavior, GPS devices make it easy for fleet managers to pinpoint opportunities to reduce costs while boosting fleet productivity – and profits.

Check out the full article on the Small Business Expert's Blog and learn how GPS tracking can help you keep your costs low and your revenue high by:

  • Decreasing fuel usage.
  • Tracking work hours and improving fleet productivity.
  • Automating vehicle maintenance, preventing theft, and lowering insurance premiums.
  • Delivering better service to your customers.
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Why It Pays to Monitor Fleets with GPS Tracking Devices