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If you have a fleet and you are wondering how fleet management system works or how can you can be benefited by managing your fleet, than there is no need to get anxious any more.

If you have a fleet and you are wondering how fleet management system works or how can you can be benefited by managing your fleet, than there is no need to get anxious any more.

Fleet management requires some skilled labor, software and the aid of GPS OR GLONASS technology. The last two are the most advanced and widely used tracking technologies that are used to monitor a fleet. They work on radio signals and keep a track of every moment of the vehicle. Software is either installed in the computers or is present online for the use of a fleet manager. Labor includes the people having knowledge of that software and tracking technologies, drivers of the fleet also can be counted under this category.

Fleet management is the management of vehicles that are used by private or government companies in the transportation and delivery areas. It includes the safety of vehicles, management of fuel consumption, and management of speed. On the whole tight management not only increases the life of the vehicle, it also increases productivity cutting down the operational cost at the same time.

Fleet management completely depends on the tracking technologies and will get paralyzed if it fails. Global Positioning System is widely used to track, monitor and keep record of the fleet. It gives the owner the power to be updated about every moment without being physically present their. Not only this it ensures the security of vehicle, as there cannot be an illegal use once their tracks are being monitored. Though there has been a recent advancement in the tracking technology and GLONASS (Global Networking Satellite System) is now in use but GPS still remains the most widely used tracking technology.

Fleet management has become compulsory as without it the overall productivity can not be increased, no shipment or delivery can reach on exact moment at all the time and their will be an extra operational cost linked to every delivery.

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Posted on: February 10, 2012

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