Information is the lifeblood of business decision making, and if your operations depend on vehicles knowing who is driving and when can provide important insights.
An example of this could be a fleet that is involved in customer site visits. Knowing that Employee A used a vehicle on a particular day to visit a site and retuned with still four hours left in the day, highlights a productivity opportunity. Without driver ID, you would have to review vehicle logs and combine them with worksheets. Identifying the driver combines duration, location and the skill set of that employee in one information source.
With driver identification, you can review time spent travelling to jobs and the time actually spent on site and use that information for invoicing, productivity forecasting, and job roster creation. All of which will help your fleet operate more profitably and productively.