1. The Plan
Before rolling out a handful of GPS trackers onto your fleet, you first need to understand the functions of the web-based system. Smart Fleet offers real-time free training for any potential, new, or existing customer.
2. Know your Needs
Smart Fleet offers many different kinds of reports, alerts, and tracking features. Knowing what you’re looking to get out of a GPS tracking system is a great way to determine what’s right for you.
3. Inform your Team
Letting your team know of the benefits GPS tracking would bring, having them sit in on their own training sessions with a member of our staff, and keeping them in the loop will help for a better tracking deployment.
4. Take us for a Test Drive
Demoing a tracking unit and the system is the best way to understand it before fully diving in to GPS tracking.
Once you’re comfortable with the system, the next step is to get the devices into your fleet and start tracking them. If your employees feel uneasy, remind them that it’s only to help manage the fleet, improve work-flow, and curb unwanted behaviors. It will benefit hard-working employees, and help make those “problematic” workers get their heads in the game.
6. Getting the most out of Smart Fleet
Once the deployment is complete and you start utilizing the system, ask yourself how you can make the most of it. Smart Fleet offers tons of helpful alerts and reports that you may not have thought about when you initially looked into tracking. By clicking around the system, or asking us for usage tips, we can help you get the most out of Smart Fleet GPS Tracking.