All Things Fleet Tracking
– Industry News and Best Practices
Posted on 04/27/2017 by Wyn Partington | 0 Comments
While the prospect of warmer weather may be nice, spring also brings with it lots of rain, which isn’t so nice for those that spend their days on the road. Conditions such as wet pavement, impaired visibility and flooding can increase risk of harm to drivers and their vehicles.
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Posted on 04/20/2017 by Wyn Partington | 0 Comments
Hiring new employees may be one of the most stressful times for a small business owner. You have to place and ad, put out feelers, collect resumes or backgrounders, conduct interviews, and hope and pray that the candidates you do indeed hire work out. The perfect new hire will have a winning... Read More >>
Posted on 03/28/2017 by Wyn Partington | 0 Comments
It doesn’t matter how great your product or service is, if no one knows about it, your business is unlikely to succeed. It’s important to make sure that your business is found by those who can benefit from it. Here are five things small businesses can do today to market themselves effectively.
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Posted on 02/28/2017 by Wyn Partington | 0 Comments
If you’re a small local business owner, you interact directly with your employees every day and know their favorite day of the week—by far—is payday. You also know that even with direct deposit solutions in place for many employees, those funds aren’t available to employees for a few (business)... Read More >>
Posted on 02/21/2017 by Wyn Partington | 0 Comments
No matter who you are, where you’re from or how much money you have, one thing remains the same: You only have 24 hours each day to get things done. For those that operate a small business, what you do in those 24 hours can be critical to the success or failure of your company. Here are 10 things... Read More >>
Posted on 02/14/2017 by Wyn Partington | 0 Comments
As a small business owner, you likely have some equipment that is critical to the success of your business. These can be big assets, such as a trailer or a tractor. They can be smaller items, such as a snow blower or leaf blower, generator, portable oven for warming food, a portable bar, inflatable... Read More >>
Posted on 02/07/2017 by Lisa Durrett | 0 Comments
If you rely on a fleet of trucks or other vehicles to deliver your goods or services, then you know that feeling of watching the rise and fall of fuel prices with your heart in your throat. Every penny counts. The good news is that managing small fleets can be a whole lot easier and cost effective... Read More >>
Posted on 01/31/2017 by Wyn Partington |
Like it or not, winter is here—well, at least that’s what the calendar says, and the recent cold weather across most of the country seems to agree. How prepared is your small business for colder temperatures, snow, ice, and all of the other winter goodies Mother Nature throws our way?
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Posted on 01/23/2017 by Lisa Durrett | 0 Comments
We talk a lot of about the benefits that fleet management can bring to local businesses: cutting costs, improving efficiency, keeping tabs on driver behavior, fitting one more job into a day or week. But what is a fleet, exactly? And do you have one?
If you own a local business that uses cars,... Read More >>
Posted on 01/06/2017 by Lisa Durrett | 0 Comments
With 2017 right around the corner, it’s a great time for businesses to think about what worked and what didn’t in 2016. Sitting back and looking at your successes and failures allows you to make adjustments that can help you meet your business goals for 2017.
You may have implemented a few new... Read More >>
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