Adam & Sons
Because Adams & Sons utilized different GPS solutions to track vehicles and assets/trailers, it took multiple systems to manage and report on location. Additionally, managers and dispatchers were forced to learn multiple systems to manage the fleet and assets. With FleetUp Command Asset, , they were able to bring all of their vehicles and trailers onto one platform, being able to monitor their locations in one map. Not only did this increase their productivity but it also allowed them to provide excellent customer service to their customers.
In order to ensure on-time delivery, Asiana Express implemented numerous geofences with FleetUp Command FMS. Fleet Managers and Dispatchers received real-time alerts each time a geofence was activated— increasing efficiency and safety by eliminating the need to call drivers and verify locations or locate bobtails.
Johnny’s Express provides tours in popular attractions all over the US. With FleetUp, they gained key insights to business-critical data. Business planners could see which locations and tours were most popular, which seasons were busiest, and what seasons were popular for specific locations. Armed with this data, Johnny’s Express was able to make better business decisions on when to employ more drivers and where their tours should be available, based on customer demand.
Semifreddi’s used geofencing in FleetUp Command FMS so they could receive alerts and real-time notifications when their drivers arrived or left a customer’s location. Because FleetUp Command FMS logs each vehicle’s activity by location and timestamp, employees no longer needed to use timesheets—increasing efficiency. Geofence alerts also came in handy when customers would call to inquire about late deliveries. Before subscribing to FleetUp Command FMS, Semifreddi’s would compensate customers for late deliveries without truly knowing if their drivers were late. With FleetUp, Semifreddi’s could see the real-time location of each vehicle, and better manage on-time arrivals and customer services—maintaining their reputation.