We're Not Cave People - Automate Your Fleet Maintenance

Posted by Reza Tavassoli on 13-Jun-2019 7:21:00 AM

Are you still using manual entry and relying on paper agendas to remind you of important fleet management details, like Preventive Maintenance check-ups? Or are you having to look for information in so many different places, you aren’t sure how they connect? Have you lost a few along the way? In today’s business settings, everyone has many more tasks to attend to and some things will slip through the cracks when we don’t use some simple tools to help us along. For instance, advanced fleet maintenance software (e.g. SM2- Maintain) and GPS tracking data have replaced the manual and time-consuming processes traditionally associated with managing your fleet maintenance. Since most of the other areas of fleet management are automated under your Fleet Management System software (FMS), it makes sense that maintenance should be automated as well.

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Topics: maintenance management, preventative maintenance, AVL, vehicle tracking

Big Data, Big Deal: Real-Time Data In Fleet Management

Posted by Reza Tavassoli on 14-Feb-2019 7:28:00 AM

Across industries and markets, we hear the call to real-time data collection and its importance to profitable big data analytics. Companies with fleets to manage have known this for a long time and continue to partner with fleet management system (FMS) suppliers  to improve business practices and outcomes. 

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Topics: fleet fuel management, maintenance management, maintenance software optimization, vehicle data, fleet management, AVL, real-time data

A Very Liquid Asset

Posted by Reza Tavassoli on 31-Jan-2019 7:30:00 AM
Where Your Fuel Management System Makes You Money

When discussing the high costs of fleet management, our customers often tell us fuel consumption is on par with expenses related to labor. In fact, they tend to complement each other in clear and trackable ways. The most obvious is when your fleet increases in size, so do labor and fuel expenses. However the relational increase isn’t always a one to one ratio. The question is why it sometimes seems to increase exponentially.  

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Topics: fuel management, maintenance management, fleet management, AVL, driver behaviour, vehicle tracking