Balancing costs and operational requirements
Fleet Management Software Solutions for Fleet Managers
Management of an organisation’s fleet and assets is an expanding responsibility. A Fleet Manager’s aim is to ensure the smooth running and availability of the organisation’s fleet, while minimising costs and identifying new opportunities to save.
The Fleet Manager role has changed over recent years. Their domain used to centre on vehicles, but
now the focus has expanded to include responsibilities for plant and assets, sustainability and health and safety.
With more to do than ever before, prioritisation and time management are centre stage. The increasing need for fleet data and visibility, while battling tightening budgets, is driving the need to
implement systems to help manage and advise.
Keep your drivers safe
Understand your fleet’s usage and efficiency
Maintain your fleet and maximise lifetime asset value
Manage and maximise shared fleet use
Maximise control, security and visibility of assets
Explore the potential savings from leveraging the insights and data generated in Smartrak’s telematics platform via your connected fleet.
Learn more about our fleet solutions
Theft is an important issue for businesses in all sectors, and unfortunately for many, it is an increasingly costly issue.
Across Australia and New Zealand, theft of plant, assets and vehicles has been increasing. Organised crime has put a target on equipment theft in recent years, with a 45% per annum increase in plant and equipment thefts between 2004 and 2014 within Australia.
This trend highlights the need for additional security across their entire fleet and asset inventory. But additional security around these assets is only part of the answer.
Case Study – Meridian Energy
Using Smartrak Meridian Energy were able to identify their fleet’s real use profile, which supported the business case for integrating EVs into the fleet.
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19th – 21st May 2020
Auckland, New Zealand