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GPS Trackers: Improving Efficiency & Profit For Companies

SilverCloud GPS Real-Time Tracking

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Increase Profit, Productivity & Efficiency With GPS Tracking!

No matter what type of business you are in vehicle tracking system technology can provide you with an easy way to increase company profit and improve employee productivity. Poor route management, unauthorized usage of company vehicle(s), and employee moonlighting are only a few of the factors that can have an effect on the bottom line of a business. Accountability means everything in the business world, and no company can manage something they cannot measure. Vehicle tracking technology provides businesses the opportunity and tools necessary to measure and account for any company vehicle or employee in the field. Even if your business has only one company vehicle, a GPS tracking system can help boost overall operations and management. Have you ever asked yourself:

1. Are My Employees Doing Side Work?                                        2. How Fast Are My Employees Driving?

3. Are Time Sheets Being Falsified?                                                4. Are My Employees Taking Excessive Breaks?

5. Is Their An Easier Way To Document Mileage?                         6. Is Fuel Being Wasted/ Over Used?

Vehicle tracking system technology can answer all of these questions and show you in detail all the unknown driving habits of your employees. Having the ability to locate employees driving in the field, improve routing operations, and easily document mileage gives businesses an edge over the competition.

The Solution Has Never Been Easier

GPS tracking is now one of the fastest growing markets in the technology sector as businesses across the globe have been seeking to improve accountability, productivity, and efficiency. Fortune 500 companies such as Budweiser utilize passive tracking systems like the GPS Tracking Key Pro to record travel history of employees, and businesses with small or large fleets of vehicles improve routing and management with real-time tracking systems such as the SilverCloud GPS. Regardless of your budget, a GPS monitoring system is available to meet your business needs!

GPS tracking also helps businesses save money as many car insurance companies offer special reduced rates for companies utilizing vehicle tracking technology since the safe recovery of a vehicle equipped with a GPS tracking system is 99.99%.

Invest in vehicle tracking technology and watch productivity and profit grow!

Tracking System Applications

  • Fleet Management:

  • Improve routing, planning, and communication between vehicle operators and supervisors by adopting a vehicle tracking system plan!
  • Corporate Tracking System:

  • Increase sales visits, easily document mileage driven, and improve overall customer satisfaction with an active tracking system!
  • Fuel Reduction:

  • Eliminate unauthorized vehicle usage, excessive idling, and other wasteful habits by drivers with real-time tracking technology!
  • Vehicle Tracking:

  • Document every stop an employee made, how long they were stopped for, speeds driven, routes traveled, and more with a passive tracking system!

Give yourself an edge over the competition by modernizing and improving your vehicle(s) with GPS tracking technology!

GPS Tracker Devices For Pizza Delivery Vehicles

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Tracking Drivers Using GPS Technology

silvercloud-02Businesses that employ drivers to deliver goods or services understand the importance of monitoring both staff efficiency and vehicle activity. This is a universal truth regardless if that company is a multi-million dollar enterprise with stock investors or the local business in rural America. Meticulous oversight capabilities are critical in business success when a company has drivers because drivers can result in potential liabilities whether it be excess fuel consumption, bad driving habits, missed appointments and more. This is the reason why businesses with even the smallest of fleet tracking needs have been using GPS tracking system devices to help in vehicle management and it's also the reason why pizza places are now routinely calling upon GPS tracking hardware to improve efficiency.

Pizza Delivery Businesses

There are two separate benefits real-time GPS trackers offer pizza delivery businesses and that includes a way to monitor pizza bags in case they are lost or stolen and of course the ability to gain total oversight over vehicle tracking activity. The first benefit may not seem like much but in the pizza delivery businesses the bags used to keep pizzas warm and moist during delivery are frequently lost. The phenomenon is similar to that of the disappearing left sock in the dryer that everyone has experienced except those pizza delivery bags can be quite pricey and actually impact business costs. "We constantly dealt with bags going missing and it was a very frustrating experience, but as soon as we placed the portable GPS tracker with the bag we never had to worry about them going missing", explained a manager for a New York based pizzeria.

Having the ability to know where pizza delivery bags are is a nice little feature and is helpful in loss prevention, but the primary reason for investment in real-time GPS trackers among pizza delivery businesses is vehicle management. When a pizza delivery driver has their vehicle equipped with a GPS tracking system management has the ability to perform a number of different oversight techniques. These techniques include:

1. Mileage Summation
2. Real-Time GPS Location Updates
3. Documented Speed Violations Via Alert
4. Shared GPS Data With Customers
5. Vehicle Theft Security

GPS tracking systems will allow managers at any pizzeria determine how many tax deductible miles were logged, see where a pizza delivery driver is located anytime throughout the day, instantly know if a driver is speeding, provide a automotive theft recovery solution and boost customer service by allowing those who ordered pizza to view their order from the oven to the house!

GPS tracking systems are changing the way companies perform oversight of their vehicles and drivers regardless of the industry they are involved with. Pizza delivery businesses are seeing the benefits of GPS car tracking firsthand making it only a matter of time before all delivery service vehicles are equipped with some form of monitoring technology.

Car Cameras For Businesses

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Reducing Liabilities With Surveillance

CarCmaeraGPS2Modern businesses are always in search of the latest technological gizmos and gadgets to help them take efficiency and profitability to the next level. This is the reason behind so many companies calling upon GPS tracking system units  to help the businesses calculate mileage driven, enhance automotive security and of course assist in management of vehicle fleets. GPS tracking technology has been critical in helping businesses all over the world increase management and employee productivity but the technology also came up a little short in meeting the needs of companies seeking a more visual solution. This is where car cameras with GPS tracking have filled in the gap and have been able to provide companies a solution to reduce potential liabilities.

Video data combined with GPS tracking information is by far one of the best, if not the best, way for a business to determine what occurred when a employee was driving and operating company vehicle assets. With GPS tracking locational data providing information such as speeds driven, locational information and diagnostic data, it is easy for a fleet manager to understand how the company vehicle was being operated if for example a car accident occurred. This tracking system data can not only help the company determine if the employee was at fault but it can also assist police enforcement investigating any potential motor vehicle collision understand what party was likely driving at unsafe speeds. Unfortunately, GPS vehicle tracking data can only tell some of the story not all of the story. This is where video data fills in the holes.

Surveillance video has a long track record of success in the business world. This is why almost every bank, department store, restaurant and even parking lot is equipped with some form of hidden camera system. The technology is great because it offers a unbiased view on events that occurred. Therefore, it makes perfect logical sense that this same type of visual technology would eventually be implemented in a format for for automotive security. That is what the brains behind the DriveProof car camera system sought out to do when they created a device that uses both GPS tracking and video data to create one of the most sophisticated automotive security solutions on the market.

DriveProof Car Cameras

Essentially what DriveProof car cameras provide is a system that will not only offers high resolution video data but also second-by-second historical GPS tracking data. This is perfect for businesses concerned about reducing potential liabilities with drivers. An example of this would be if a company employee/driver was involved in a motor vehicle accident, something that occurs on a daily basis and can open the door to potential lawsuits against a business. The car camera device with GPS tracking system will meticulously document driving activity, showing what speed an employee was going, road conditions and if that driver possibly ran a red light, stop sign or other traffic notice. This data can be shared with investigating officials who can then quickly determine who was at fault in any potential automotive accident or situation.

Currently, many countries such as Russia make those involved in any motor vehicle accident prove what actually happened, as word of mouth no longer holds much strength. That has resulted in he majority of motorists investing in car cameras in case of an accident.

Businesses understand that staying on top of employee activity is a priority and will only result in  more efficient productivity along with heightened customer service. Technology is key in assisting businesses in this role and that is why it is only a matter of time before all motor vehicles for business usage are equipped with GPS vehicle tracking systems that offer video capture information

Car Camera With GPS Tracking

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Drive Proof System Changes Vehicle Security

CarCmaeraGPS1Businesses are always searching for the newest technological tools to help maximize profits. From the first time clock used to document work hours to GPS vehicle tracking systems used to document mileage travelled, businesses have always been early adopters of any solution that can help promote safety, productivity, efficiency and most importantly profits. This is probably also the reason why trade shows such as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held annually in Las Vegas continue to grow among businesses actively looking for the next game-changing piece of technology. One device in particular that has began creating a buzz among businesses with small vehicle fleets is a car camera that also features GPS data logger technology, and some security insiders believe it will eventually be in almost every work truck, car and automobile.

The car camera with GPS tracking capabilities is called Drive Proof, and the phrase "automotive black box" would probably be simplest way to explain what the device is. Mounted upon the front windshield of a automobile, Drive Proof will then record both what a driver is doing inside the cab of a vehicle as well as what is occurring outside of the vehicle. This video data is accompanied by sophisticated GPS tracking data that will store locational information about how fast a vehicle travels and places that vehicle parked at. Both the video and GPS tracking device data from the car camera are stored upon a SD card that managers can remove at anytime to investigate any potential issues surrounding driving activity. This can be extremely helpful in diagnosing safe driving behaviors, if a employee is misusing company work vehicles or validating claims in a automobile accident.

In countries such as Russia, insurance companies have began getting tighter and requiring those involved in automobile accidents to provide evidence validating their side of the story. They don't simply believe what a person says but only what a person or business can actually prove. This is why Russia has more car cameras than any other country in the world. American businesses are starting to also see the benefits of evidence especially when it comes to work automobiles, and this is why the demand for car camera black box type devices is continuing to grow domestically as well.

Car camera systems are rapidly growing in demand among companies wanting to raise fleet tracking and automotive security, making the Drive Proof device even more advantageous. With multiple features designed specifically for vehicle security as well as GPS tracking it is easy to see why Drive Proof will be the automotive monitoring solution for many businesses in the upcoming years.

HVAC Vehicle Tracking Devices

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GPS Tracking Systems Assist HVAC Businesses

HVACvanHeating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) enterprises provide a service that is essential to keeping homes cool in the hot summer months and warm in the frigid winter months. What HVAC companies will do is send out a technician to a home or business to diagnose any of the issues a client may be experiencing related to heating, ventilation or air conditioning and then take the necessary steps to resolving the issues. With HVAC technicians operating in the field all throughout the day, fleet management becomes a serious concern for any HVAC company looking to stay profitable. This is the reason that HVAC companies all across the United States are now investing in GPS tracking system technology to meet their vehicle management needs.

Tracking Systems: Work Van & Truck Security

Small businesses operate on much tighter margins across every portion of their enterprises and therefore have to minimize inefficiencies to stay successful. For HVAC companies that means reducing fuel consumption, pushing the limits of employee productivity, elevating automotive security and organizing driving records of employees operating company vans or work trucks. GPS tracking systems are one of the technological tools that take on those business related vehicle management needs and provides the solutions necessary for success. This is because when real-time GPS trackers are installed on HVAC work trucks and vans the following features and benefits are offered:

  • Live Location Updates 24/7
  • Driver Speed Alerts
  • Automotive Theft Recovery Solution
  • Mileage Reports
  • Employee Misuse of Company Vans/Trucks
  • Location Sharing

"When we made the move to equip GPS vehicle tracking systems to our work vans the investment began immediately paying dividends, and now I cannot see how we were ever successful prior to the real-time GPS technology", stated a HVAC business owner in Nashville.

All small businesses face many challenges in their quest to generate success, but those hurdles can be even bigger for companies that have vehicle fleets such as HVAC enterprises. GPS vehicle tracking devices can at least make the road to success a little less bumpy for HVAC companies by offering real-time tracking data capable of providing a number of unique vehicle management solutions for company work trucks and vans. Of course, it takes a lot more than the use of GPS tracker systems for any company to be successful, but with GPS monitoring devices offering fleet tracking at least it's one less thing for HVAC business owners to worry about.

GPS Tracking Tax Incentives

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Section 179: GPS Tracking System Tax Breaks

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Businesses are constantly seeking the latest technological advances in order to increase profit and efficiency, but one thing many companies occasionally overlook is how tax codes can provide some financial relief. One tax code that many businesses should consider taking advantage of before 2013 rings to a end is Section 179. This is because the tax incentive program can actually benefit companies investing in new devices such as GPS tracking system units, making now the perfect time for any company to invest in vehicle management technology to better observe automotive fleet activity.

With Section 179 businesses can deduct up to a half a million dollars ($500,000) on purchases related to investment of equipment if that business has less that $2 million in overall capital expenditures. This makes it essentially advantageous to invest in more modern and technologically advanced equipment that can improve business efficiency this year rather then 2014. Purchases that would fall under this Section 179 tax exemption include items such company cars, office computers, and other machinery used for business purposes. Included in this list are GPS vehicle tracking devices that can provide mileage documentation, real-time tracking data and overall improvement in fleet oversight. Not to mention, auto theft security for company vehicles.

"GPS tracking systems can offer any company a method of reducing fuel consumption, enhancing worker productivity and lowering insurance costs, but Section 179 will also encourage businesses to invest in fleet management technology now because of the tax incentives", explained a GPS tracking expert for Tracking System Direct. "What is also great about Section 179 is that it works retroactively to 2012 which will allow businesses already taking advantage of GPS tracking hardware to deduct some of those costs associated with hardware and service fees. Any business not talking to their CPA or tax guy about the benefits of Section 179 is really not doing their company any favors."

There is only one week left to write-off costs associated with GPS vehicle tracking devices so talk with your accounting representatives soon about how your business can utilize this tax break in order to take your company to the next level of success.

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