A misconception about GPS providers is that all of them offer unlimited historical telematics data. This is not the case. How far back GPS providers offer telematics data varies anywhere from 90 days, six months, one year, two years, etc. While it may not seem important initially to choose a provider that offers open access to unlimited historical telematics data, there are a few reasons it is.
See why Amos R., LTL Efficiency Manager for Averitt Express, trusts GPS Insight to help streamline their transportation services to ensure they meet their standards of excellence for every customer they serve.
Rub-A-Dub Plumbing had a difficult time locating where technicians were at any given time throughout the day. The issue affected many areas of the business, the largest of them being overtime hours claimed. Not having location data made it near impossible to enforce Rub-A-Dub Plumbing’s standards of accountability, which techs sign off on. Each technician averaged 15 hours of overtime each week.
Foris Solutions has a culture centered around safety, which focuses on the individual employee. They want to make sure that their people are always in a safe environment while on the job and if they’re not, then help them understand how they can be.
Ericsson is a leading provider of technology, infrastructure and services to telecommunications operators around the world. As the world’s largest supplier of mobile networks, Ericsson provide mobile and broadband connections to more than 2 billion people globally.
National Grid shares the highs and lows of a major business transformation projected to reduce total operational spend across its U.S. utilities by approximately $100 million.
Leading service organizations are succeeding by striking the perfect balance between technology, flexible processes, and sales psychology-driven behaviors.
Fully utilizing location data improves various field service functions.
Editor-In-Chief Sarah Nicastro talks one-on-one with Ryan Snellings of Fresenius Kabi about how the company is reducing costs and increasing revenue.
This transportation company saved $300,000 the first year its telematics solution was in place, which led to further innovation.
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70% of companies will face a field service talent deficit from retirement in the coming 10 years. To fix the technician labor force shortage, you can either hire the next generation of field engineers—the millennials—or consider leveraging contingent or third-party technicians . . . or a combination of the two! Both options pose challenges and rewards that you need to consider.
Service organizations know that reverse logistics is a complicated process. What’s even more complicated is identifying opportunities to make proactive business decisions, given the reactive nature of the returns service lifecycle. How can we better forecast our returns to better manage the reverse supply chain and its impact on your business?
The Enterprise Mobility Exchange East Coast brings together CIOs, VPs and Directors of Mobile, IT and Digital Innovation and leading minds responsible for devising and implementing mobility initiatives across industries.
AetherPal, Inc., a market leader in Mobile Support, today unveiled details of its collaboration with VMware to help customers with advanced remote management requirements, enabling IT to significantly reduce downtime and increase productivity.
If you’ve ever spent a day waiting for the washing machine repair person or the utilities worker to show up, you know how trying it can be.
InSight Mobile Data, Inc. will unveil LiveRoute, a new solution for monitoring fixed route performance in real time, at the 2018 WasteExpo Solid Waste and Recycling trade show in Las Vegas, NV. LiveRoute is a unique, fixed route tracking software that gives fleet managers and supervisors the power to make adjustments to routes in response to delays and deviations as they happen, as opposed to “after the fact.”
Xplore Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ:XPLR) today announced that Futura S.p.A, an Italian manufacturer of industrial production plant machinery, is providing an Xplore F5m rugged tablet-based solution to all of its customers as part of the standard “scope of supply” for its tissue converting equipment. Xplore’s durable 10.4” Windows® mobile computer, rebranded the Futura ProTablet, now serves as the all-in-one data and field-task system for maintenance work conducted on Futura-equipped toilet, kitchen, and professional-grade tissue production lines in factories around the world.
Businesses with vehicles, equipment, and other high-value assets typically turn to GPS fleet tracking solutions with one of three issues:
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