In today’s current economic environment, it’s now more important than ever to leverage the right tools to help your business. Tools that can help you achieve operational efficiencies while mitigating risks, saving costs, and improving your overall business.

GPS tracking has proven to be an invaluable tool that helps businesses get the critical visibility and data needed to improve their operations and their bottom-line.

In this guide, we provide 5 key ways GPS tracking helps businesses. To name just one example:  The right tracking solution gives businesses a clearer picture than they’ve ever had of what’s happening with the vehicles, equipment, and other valuable assets they send into the world every day. In challenging times, that visibility is more important to a business than ever.

For example, imagine you have a field service employee who’s suffering from heavy stress due to personal reasons. Consider how much that employee could be putting your company at risk if he is…

  • Constantly checking his phone for personal texts or scanning social media for the latest updates on whatever issue he or she is following —often looking down at the phone while he’s driving your vehicle to a jobsite.
  • Unable to give his full attention to the jobs you send him to—and doing poor-quality work that could be hurting your business’s reputation.
  • Regularly distracted and disorganized, which often leads him to be late leaving for work—and speeding to the jobsite to make up the lost time.

How GPS tracking lets you know what’s happening with your vehicles

The right GPS tracking solution can help you discover risks like these early, before that employee has a chance to do real damage to himself, others, your vehicles, and your business. Here are just a couple of many examples.

Vehicle-mounted dashcams can give you a near real-time view of your driver and the road in front of him. With the right tracking solution, you’ll be able to log in and see the camera’s feed at any time. The system will also record this video footage, which you’ll be able to access anytime from a user-friendly website.

Also, because GPS tracking solutions connect to your vehicle’s major systems, it can alert your team immediately if your driver brakes too hard, takes a corner at high speeds, idles needlessly, or makes other reckless or wasteful moves in your vehicle. This added layer of visibility is just one example of what GPS vehicle and asset tracking can do to help your business.

Download our guide to learn more about how GPS tracking can help your operations, including real-world examples of results and savings being achieved.