Enterprise Fleet Management recently announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Geotab. As a result, the Enterprise Telematics fleet monitoring solution will now have GPS tracking technology.
Enterprise telematics solution offers fleet managers complete 360-degree visibility with regard to the three critical areas of fleet spend, namely the vehicle, the driver, and the trip. With the integration of GPS tracking technology, the solution can be customized with options such as dispatching, or a driver ID check-in mechanism. Also, clients can also integrate the solution with their existing fleet management software.
By maintaining a detailed summary of each trip, Enterprise Telematics helps in accurate billing, asset utilization and ensuring efficient use of work time. The application also provides driver feedback via audible alerts when certain parameters are crossed, and can monitor potential engine shortfalls. Enterprise Telematics is supported through a partnership with Sprint (News - Alert), Strategic Telecom Solutions and Geotab.
"Partnering with Geotab gives fleet managers the necessary visibility into how their fleets are actually operating in the field," said Steve Bloom, president, Enterprise Fleet Management, in a press release. "With these new insights and features, they can better optimize their fleets, saving money through reduced fuel consumption, more efficient use and improved safety."
Enterprise Fleet Management supplies most makes and models of cars, light- and medium-duty trucks and service vehicles across North America. Enterprise Fleet Management is owned by the Taylor family of St. Louis who, through regional subsidiaries, also own and operate Enterprise Rent-A-Car's extensive network of more than 5,500 neighborhood and airport branch offices, all located within 15 miles of 90 percent of the U.S. population. With 52 fully-staffed offices nationwide, Enterprise Fleet Management has been recognized with the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) "Blue Seal of Excellence" award for 16 consecutive years, an industry record.
Edited by Adam Brandt