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Recovering from COVID-19
As the cities, counties, and states slowly begin to work towards a new normal, many businesses are wondering what, exactly, normal now looks like. Whether your business has been shut down in recent weeks, or operating under new policies and procedures, you are likely still seeing repercussions from massive shelter in place orders. Now is a great time to take stock and make some strategic decisions about what’s next for your business.
Top 4 Concerns from COVID-19 for Every Fleet-Managed Business
Businesses that depend on their fleets are faced with a number of concerns as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The new normal that we face in our day-to-day lives have forced many to make changes to suit what’s best for the health of employees as well as what’s best for companies as a whole.
5 Fleet Management Mistakes Costing You Big Money During COVID-19
Without the ability to observe workflows and employee behaviors first-hand, managers of fleet-based businesses often have to make decisions based on limited information or anecdotal evidence provided by their drivers and customers. This disconnect can lead to a number of common fleet management mistakes, and can ultimately cost your business big money. Here’s the good news: many of the most common fleet management mistakes are easy to correct using GPS tracking devices.
Evaluate Your Fleet Management to Minimize the Blow from COVID-19
When a crisis occurs, it’s important to know where your stuff is. FleetSharp is here to help. The COVID-19 pandemic took a hit on many service companies across the country, but it doesn’t have to take your business out. Our GPS tracking tools allow you to know where your vehicles and equipment are when they are needed the most.
How to Mitigate Risk to Your Fleet During COVID-19
Times of uncertainty can put any business at risk, making managers and owners more cautious when it comes to implementing decisions. Companies across America are experiencing hardships when it comes to keeping employees and maintaining their business with as little risk as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.