In business there are two basic ways to increase profits in business: cutting costs and increasing sales. Trimble (News - Alert) Fleet Solutions help many businesses accomplish both by introducing systems that optimize resource usage and increase efficiency. Costs go down, sales go up and everybody gets paid.
Trimble Fleet Solutions offers four basic product types: GPS Fleet Management which helps monitor vehicle locations, Scheduling & Dispatch software that help plan efficient routes, Driver safety solutions that minimize losses due to accidents and tickets, and mobile applications that allow for instantaneous reroutes making your delivery systems more nimble than ever before.
Current users of Trimble Fleet Solutions include the British Broadcasting Network Cox (News - Alert) Enterprises and Pacific Telecommunications. Pacific Telecommunications recently reported heightened efficiency in their mobile employees that service everything from pay phones to industrial freezers. The increased efficiency in transmitting service requests led to more productive workers universally, allowing Pacific Telecommunications to service their clients more fully.
The less glamorous parts of business servicing like fleet management solutions often do not get very much press, but Trimble Fleet Solutions is happy being the unsung hero of many businesses around the world. Cox Enterprises estimates that the introduction of Trimble’s Fleet Solutions software saved them $2 million in fuel costs in its first year of implementation.
If your business involves managing a large number of vehicles routinely making transferring routes, Trimble Fleet Solutions may represent a massive financial savings and productivity booster for your fleet.
In related news, Trimble recently announced that it is partnering with Equity Red Star, one of the UK's largest insurers. Trimble's in-vehicle telematics technology and GeoManager Driver Safety solution will form part of Equity Red Star's new risk and vehicle management solution, Equitrack, for the commercial motor and motor fleet sectors.
Edited by Jennifer Russell