Three Tips for Saving Money in 2013 Using GreenRoad Advanced Tracking

Make the new year more cost-effective with these powerful ways to save money in 2013.

Among our customers’ top requests in 2012 was to add MRM, or GPS tracking, to GreenRoad.  We are happy to oblige.  With GreenRoad Advanced Tracking added to your GreenRoad account, you get the very best of driver performance management combined with the very best fleet tracking and management—all from GreenRoad.

Financially, what does this mean for your fleet? GreenRoad Advanced Tracking gives you at least three ways to spend less on your fleet in 2013.

  1. Save More Fuel and Cut Emissions: With GreenRoad Advanced Tracking, you can eliminate unauthorized vehicle use to easily identify vehicles used outside of work hours or for personal trips – allowing you to save fuel and reduce emissions. What’s more, better routing, dispatching, and vehicle route monitoring enable you to plan the most fuel-efficient route (e.g., based on distance, travel-time, and terrain).  You can dispatch the closest vehicle with the required characteristics and ensure that drivers are not taking unnecessary detours.
  2. Optimize Fleet Efficiency:  You’ll optimize fleet efficiency with GreenRoad Advanced Tracking because you’ll see fleet utilization and whether or not you have the optimal number of vehicles.  Get alerted when response or delivery times exceed goals so that you can quickly step in when there’s an issue.
  3. Maximize Your Workforce: Save money in 2013 by using GreenRoad Advanced Tracking to increase manager productivity and reduce unnecessary labor costs. You’ll increase fleet manager productivity with a whole host of exception alerts and easy-to-read dashboards. GreenRoad Advanced Tracking also helps your managers by allowing automation of a wide range of fleet operations activities such as compliance monitoring (including driver key-ins and geo-fence violations), mileage reporting and vehicle maintenance scheduling.  It also empowers you to reduce other labor costs by minimizing inflated work hours and overtime reporting and by minimizing extended or excessive stops and breaks.  In short, it gives you the planning and reporting tools needed to get more done with existing resources.