April 29, 2014 by Irvin Gray
It is generally accepted that taking a green approach to business has practical benefits, and is no longer simply seen as a purely ethical question. We have discussed how and why you should run a green fleet elsewhere on this blog, such as our post on the benefits of eco driving for reducing fleet costs. Up to 30% of a vehicle’s TCO is based on a driver’s fuel consumption and maintenance, so this is an issue that many fleet managers are getting serious about.
April 17, 2014 by Irvin Gray
Big data shouldn’t be seen as a big problem.
Company owners or managers might occasionally feel like they’re on the receiving end of a fire hose of data, such is the volume and range of statistics provided by some modern business systems.
April 11, 2014 by Michael Rayner
In Part 2 of this series, we reviewed areas for change management across a number of business functions, demonstrating that they were all affected by the information and data made available by telematics. In Part 3, we’re looking at Why Change? It is important that we have already established what areas could be a focus […]
April 3, 2014 by Irvin Gray
How do you get employees to cut costs by improving their driving behaviour? Traditional approaches have their place but there’s a better more sustainable way – engagement.