Technology encourages employees to value reliable service, convenient access to vehicles, and a simple driving experience from the start of the trip to the end. Fleet managers need to adopt technology that fits into their operations.
Fortunately, fleet managers are aware of the importance of constantly improving their operations. Employees are consumers as well, and their needs change with what technology makes available. Introducing new processes into existing work flows allow fleets to stay engaged with industry best practices and avoid losing productivity.
However, because of the numerous opportunities out there, it’s often difficult for fleet managers to decide what new technology to invest in, and what is most beneficial in both the short and long term. Since our realm of specialty is in , we will share more information about this to assist fleet managers in understanding the benefits and costs.
Carsharing, Shared Mobility, Technology
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