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

Exceptions Are the Rule: The Importance of Exception Handling

Posted by Reza Tavassoli on 6-Dec-2018 3:19:17 PM

Whenever a firm lists its requirements for any system, be it for the management of fuel, maintenance, or real-time tracking of assets in the field, that list typically revolves around two basic ideas: record keeping and control. We want to make sure certain things get done at certain times, some things only happen under specific conditions, and reports exist to account for whatever has already occurred. Spec requirements often specify the exact reports the fleet managers look for and how operations are to be conducted, but they rarely detail how exceptions are to be handled.

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Topics: how select fuel management system, fleet management, how select maintenance management system, exceptions