eBook: Best Practices for Fleet Operations
Managing Cost, Compliance & Centralized Control
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Today’s dynamic business landscape is challenging fleet owners to re-evaluate how they operate and which technologies they use to manage their fleets. The primary factors driving change for fleet managers include fluctuating fuel costs, driver shortage, increased regulation, and technological progress among others.
This eBook presents best practices that industry experts suggest can reduce fleet operations costs by 5-20% through managing Cost, Compliance and Centralized control.
Key insights derived from the best practices include:
- How to minimize costs with effective and integrated fleet planning
- How to deploy mobile and telematics solutions to solidify route execution and ensure compliance
- How to benefit from a centralized command & control approach
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