Management

GreenRoad adds fleet tracking to driver management service

Posted on April 12, 2013

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Driver performance management service GreenRoad said on Tuesday that it now offers fleet tracking data with the integration of GreenRoad Advanced Tracking, powered by GPS Insight.

GreenRoad announced in September that it had partnered with GPS Insight and would offer advanced tracking. That solution is now available.

Company officials said that GreenRoad Advanced Tracking provides fleet operators with a new level of insight into fleet performance that can result in improved fuel economy, better asset utilization and enhanced productivity.

With the availability of GreenRoad Advanced Tracking, GreenRoad adds fleet management capabilities to its driver performance and safety solution, which combines real-time, in-vehicle safety feedback with a management portal that provides insight and guidance.

“GreenRoad Advanced Tracking builds on the GreenRoad Connected Fleet vision by giving managers deeper, broader insight into how they’re using their fleet assets, in addition to how their drivers are performing,” said Karen White, senior vice president of customer solutions for GreenRoad.

Additional features of GreenRoad Advanced Tracking include:

• Interactive displays of the entire fleet, any vehicle group or a single vehicle. Color-coding for easy status identification, 2D and 3D mapping, vehicle history trails, and automatic alerts when management attention is needed.

• Increased fleet activity insight with landmark and geofence support. Automatic alerts when a vehicle enters or leaves a landmark or group of landmarks.

• Enhanced reporting to optimize fleet resources. Multiple detailed activity reports, including Drive Time Summary, Fleet Utilization and Odd-Hours Violations. Vehicle MPG reports available with fuel card transaction data integration.

• A customizable dashboard runs specific reports and provides managerial insights.

Related Topics: driver training, efficiency, GPS, software systems

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