Companies often use web-based GPS tracking system services to track their vehicles, in part to ensure employee accountability and in part to provide superior customer service. For example, a dispatcher at a taxi cab company can have all of the company’s vehicles in view via the web and when a customer calls in the dispatcher can send the driver closest to the customer. This cuts down on customer wait time and increases business for the company.
Many trucking companies have been using GPS tracking systems for some time now and are pleased with the results. Not only are they able to know exactly where the entire fleet is at any given time, they are able to provide better customer service, coordinate deliveries better and assist any driver in an emergency.
Some companies, trucking and other like to monitor their vehicles online so as to verify gas mileage, time and deliveries. A local company that pays a delivery driver by the hour may wish to verify employee productivity by using an online GPS tracking system service.
Families use GPS tracking system online services as well especially for an elderly relative or one with a medical condition. This has worked well in families with Alzheimer’s patients and diabetics who can become disoriented when their blood sugar goes too low.
Vehicles, people and pets can all be monitored using a GPS tracking system. This powerful technology is helping to save lives, assets, time and money. A passive GPS tracking system can be integrated within a real-time GPS tracking system which allows you not only to monitor where the vehicle is at any given time, but at the end of the day you can download data that will tell you everywhere the vehicle has been which can be to the employee’s advantage as well as the employer’s