Utilimarc announces the release and performance of its Rightsizing Solution designed to help clients reduce vehicle and equipment expenses.
Many fleet managers are utilizing idle reduction tools not only to decrease fuel consumption and emissions, but as a strategy to reduce fleet costs. With budget-cuts happening all around, opportunities for scaling back unnecessary spend are top-of-mind for every fleet manager today. Luckily, idle reduction efforts are a successful approach to this challenge.
Fortunately for fleet managers today, BI is an easy-to-implement tool that converts data sources into new opportunities. Using these key insights, managers can cut out ineffective guesswork and instead, strategize with informed, data-backed decisions. In this article, we explore the top five reasons why every fleet striving for total optimization should be using Business Intelligence for their data analysis needs.
Many fleets today have their own reasons for needing accurate GHG reporting. It could be to monitor the implementation of EVs or alternative fuels, or simply to understand which vehicles are contributing most to their overall emissions. Regardless of the reason, there are several ways a fleet could benefit.
The start of a new year brings a new set of objectives and reflection on last year’s goals for most fleet managers. Did your fleet performed as you hoped it would? Do you have what you need to work toward goals for 2023? Business intelligence is a great tool for helping fleets prepare for these changes and create a forward-thinking management strategy.
While we have recovered from the pandemic in many ways, there are new challenges within the supply chain that persist, adding another layer of complexity to fleet management and vehicle replacement. While managers used to plan replacement a year in advance, current lead times have increased to 2-3+ years depending on the vehicle class.
Telematics is an essential management tool for many commercial and government fleets. Whether your chosen solution comes factory-embedded from the manufacturer or is added in after acquisition, telematics helps managers to monitor and understand their fleet assets.
With the adoption of EVs, there can be a learning curve to the distinct technologies, metrics and KPIs involved. BI can help managers to track charge events, energy usage and MPGe in addition to their original ICEV metrics, all in one place.
BI helps fleets to futureproof by creating a reliable and repeatable management strategy that is flexible to change. With the fleet industry changing so rapidly today, this helps managers look toward long-term success, focusing on cost-reduction opportunities and sustainable resource management.