5 service industry fleet challenges that telematics can fix
No matter what service your fleet offers, from installation and maintenance to delivery and repair, you must get the four “Rs” right. Delivering to the right person, at the right place, at the right time, with the right tools.
Fighting driver fatigue and distraction across fleets
Driving carries a certain amount of risk at the best of times. Even when the road is clear and a driver is at their most alert, distractions and fatigue can lead to a crash – which can sometimes prove fatal.
Discover how telematics data is used to take the guesswork out of fleet operations; the benefits that telematics can bring to fleets; and real-life scenarios featuring MiX Telematics clients who have used telematics to improve safety and maximise ROI.
In-cab video is not only useful for increasing overall safety through driver behaviour monitoring but also to protect your drivers against false insurance claims, optimise fleet efficiency, reduce insurance costs, and use as a visual driver training tool.
How gamification can help improve driving behaviours
Gamification can play an instrumental role in improving driving behavior by engaging and incentivising your drivers. If you are not using gamification in your business yet, here's a great guide to help you along.
Measuring to improve: Top KPIs fleet managers should be tracking
Are you utilising your driver and fleet data properly? If you want to reach fleet success, you should be setting reachable goals, measuring your current performance and taking action to improve in areas that are not doing well.
Choosing the right telematics provider is not only a big commitment but also crucial to assisting you to continually improve your fleet’s operations. However, sometimes your current telematics provider isn't meeting your needs so how do you know when to make the switch and what to look for?