Telematics ROI

February 11, 2012

7 Quick Fuel Saving Tips

Over the past several weeks, the steady climb of fuel prices has the transportation and consumer industries abuzz with rumors of prices hitting as high as $5 per gallon at the pump in 2012.
April 3, 2012

Geotab Offerings Now Compatible With ZoomSafer Mobile Phone Safety Software

ZoomSafer, the leading provider of policy management software to prevent distracted driving, and Geotab announced today that ZoomSafer’s FleetSafer Mobile software is now compatible with Geotab’s GO4 and GO5 GPS vehicle tracking solutions.
April 9, 2012

The Top 50 Traits of a Great Fleet Manager (Via Automotive Fleet)

There isn’t a single trait that epitomizes a great fleet manager; rather, it is a multitude of traits interacting with one another. To identify those traits, AF recently surveyed 200 fleet professionals, both fleet managers and fleet suppliers. Here’s the list containing the Top 50 Traits of a Great Fleet Manager.
October 5, 2012

From Supplier to Consultant: Improving Operations with Telematics

Organizations use telematics data that come from devices that get their position from GPS, the vehicle movement from an accelerometer and engine data from the vehicle diagnostics data bus. The data is then wirelessly transmitted back to the organizations management team and is transformed into valuable information, displayed in visual reports and graphs. Telematics technology helps future-proof pertinent business operations by working towards achieving specific objectives, often times set by top-level management.
November 9, 2012

10 Metrics to Optimize Fleet Efficiency

Sometimes, “metrics” sounds like one of those business seminar buzzwords that people toss around, without really knowing what it means. But, metrics are most definitely real, and they are part of any successful organization.
June 28, 2013

7 Actionable Tips to Reduce Fleet Fuel Spending

When it comes to fuel spending, there are several things that can be done to help save both fuel and money. From building a whole new fuel-efficient model to simply avoiding too many stops, it comes down to either improving the fuel economy of already existing vehicles or acquiring new vehicles that are more fuel efficient.