One of the most significant benefits of being in the business of helping people manage their fleets is learning where the challenges are and focusing energy on finding solutions for them. Data plays a crucial role in effective fleet management. Not just having it but being able to quickly and accurately collect it and then easily use it for the company's benefit. Through 30 years of successfully consulting for mobile-reliant industries, adapting modules to service-specific industries, and growing services to fit the evolving needs of fleet managers the world over, we’ve hopefully learned a few things on how to be helpful to them: It’s all about the data at your fingertips in your Fleet Management Software.
Topics: maintenance management, maintenance software optimization, fleet maintenance, vehicle data, preventative maintenance, fleet management, driver behaviour, real-time data, trucking, preventive maintenance, safety
The business world was rocked when Stephen R. Covey, the author of the best-selling book said, “Ineffective people live day after day with unused potential.” Industry leaders, managers, and entrepreneurs everywhere quickly realized he wasn’t only talking about people but also describing the primary factors limiting a company’s growth.
Being a fleet manager has its unique challenges.
Today we give special recognition to the fleet managers and some critical partners who contribute to our success. Thanks to these hard-working and strategically essential employees from all our industries, Coencorp has been growing for three decades, building the most comprehensive, fully integrated, customizable, and user-friendly fleet management system available, . To better understand what makes these partners so vital to us, we must look at all they do daily and how their business needs become our primary functions.
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 transparent 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.