Fleet Management

GPS trackers are big help to many types of businesses. If your company is into one of the following businesses, you will surely benefit greatly from using the best tracking for business:

  • Electrical companies
  • Taxi cab companies
  • Airport shuttles
  • Limousine businesses
  • Heating ventilation and air-conditioning (HAVC)
  • Any business with at least one mobile asset and driver

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What You Need to Know When Choosing the Best Tracker for Business

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Finding the best tracker for business or individual is not that complicated. They only have to choose whether they want a GPS tracking device that can remotely send location data live or a device that can record driving data and can be viewed at a later time after the vehicle returns.

Having instantaneous and remote access to vehicle activities provides added safety and convenience to the vehicle as well as its driver. The only drawback of real-time GPS fleet trackers including Trackimo device is it requires a monthly service fee, which, despite its advantages, can be difficult for small companies to obtain due to the extra monthly cost. If a business is operating on a tight budget, investing in real-time GPS tracking solution can be a burden. There is another option, though—the passive trackers. It’s a cost-effective unit, no monthly due is required nor activation fee.

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The only issue of this kind of tracker is that you will only be able to check the driving history of a vehicle after it has returned from its travels. However, the tracker compensates its slight shortcoming by recording every second of the vehicle’s activities and it does not require cellular coverage to do it.

Whether a business chooses active or passive GPS tracking system, using tracking technology is one way to ensure workers productivity and eliminate unnecessary spending—something every business needs to do if they want to stay in the industry during tough economic times.

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Emily Moore

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