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What is fleet management software?
Fleet management software (FMS) enables businesses to manage, organize, and coordinate vehicles and other mobile assets, like cranes or cargo containers. This is made possible thanks to GPS trackers, which are installed in vehicles and relay location information and other metrics like speed and engine status.
FMS collects and displays this information, giving companies a clearer picture of their operations. Thus, businesses can make informed decisions on how best to dispatch vehicles, organize routes, distribute loads, schedule maintenance, and ensure driver safety.
FMS is used in a wide range of industries. For example, it helps airlines to coordinate flights, taxi companies to dispatch cars, construction companies to keep track of trucks, rigs and cranes, food and beverage companies to safely and quickly move food, governments and schools to manage buses and public transportation. If your business makes use of vehicles or mobile assets, your operations would likely benefit from using the right FMS.
How many vehicles do I need to have before considering FMS?
Businesses with as few as one or two vehicles have found FMS to be useful, but any company with three or more mobile assets is highly likely to see benefits. This is because, as the number of vehicles or assets increases, it becomes exponentially more difficult to coordinate a fleet.
While there is a cost associated with FMS, it also presents an important opportunity for decreasing overheads, increasing efficiency, and providing a better overall service to customers. Most FMS customers find that the savings far outweigh the cost.
FMS can also help you ensure your operations are fully legal and compliant with state and federal regulations for driver safety (see below).
Finally, investing in FMS now will make it easier to scale your operations in the future. If growth is your goal, and you plan on adding more vehicles to your fleet, you’ll benefit from starting early with good FMS. This will enable you to put policies into place early on and begin organizing your operations based on fleet data.
If I get FMS, am I automatically ELD compliant?
Many FMS solutions have built-in electronic logging device (ELD) compliance features, but that doesn’t mean that all your operations automatically meet the demands of the newest 2017 mandate. FMS can help you maintain, organize, and share records of duty status (RODS), but other obligations exist as well. For example, you still need to ensure that policies are informed by ELD information and are being adhered to by both staff and managers.
Which GPS tracker is right for me?
Most FMS providers offer a variety of trackers. Low-cost trackers will transmit less frequently and are well-suited to vehicles that tend to remain on a given site for long periods of time, like construction equipment, although these vehicles may also benefit from more rugged housing and waterproofing.
More advanced models will have integrated geofencing and speed notifications, useful for taxi and delivery companies.
Although battery-powered and wireless trackers tend to be more expensive, they’re a good choice for businesses with multiple types of vehicles as they provide easy interoperability.