Why Businesses Need GPS Tracking Services
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- Provider Enterprises has an important job to do. Through their 250-vehicle fleet of buses, the company is charged with the safe transportation of special-needs students to and from schools throughout New Hampshire. It serves more than 1,700 children daily.
The company is roughly 25 years old, but in 2008, it decided to implement GPS-based fleet tracking technology -- at first to monitor the location of its fleet for routing and quality-control purposes, it says. Provider soon realized the benefits of having the technology at their disposal, though, including cost savings in fuel and labor and improved bus driver routing, student safety and carbon footprint reduction, it says.
|With gas prices through the roof, incorporating GPS can lower fuel costs and improve efficiency.|
In its first year alone, it saved $50,000 in fuel expenses.
With the national average for regular unleaded gas hovering around $3.74, according to AAA, prices at the pump are painful at best. For small businesses with delivery trucks, fleets, transport equipment and supplies, it's very likely fuel costs are eating into profit. With gas prices expected to go over $5 a gallon this summer, getting that fuel dependency under control could make or break a business.
Mike Henn, CFO of Navman Wireless, shared how using GPS tracking services helps businesses control costs, increase cash flow, improve customer service and help employees do their jobs more efficiently through its so-called fleet and mobile asset intelligence.
What does Navman Wireless offer small businesses?