Managing a fleet of vehicles is a job requiring professional attention. Many organizations turn to professional Fleet Management Companies (FMCs) to help them manage their fleet. With any business partnership, fit is critically important.
Feet managers, controllers, CFO’s, and company executives have discovered fleet solutions provided by third-party fleet management companies (FMCs) help free up time and allow them to focus on the strategic priorities.
Is your fleet operating as efficiently as possible? Do you gauge its performance against benchmarks and industry best practices? With the emergence of advanced data analysis and innovative technology within the fleet landscape, such as telematics, AI, and alternative energy sources, today’s managers must transition skills and develop new strategies to become the best-in-class, reduce costs, and improve safety and drive sustainability.
Imagine a world where buying vehicles was fun and you knew you received what you wanted at a great price. Imagine a world where you felt as though you had an ally and advocate in the process who knew your needs and expectations. Imagine a world where you did not feel the information about car buying was stacked against you.
Fleet management is a job requiring professional attention. Ensuring you have a firm grip on all aspects can be difficult while running a business. In order to improve your fleet operations, consider what functions should be outsourced and what should be done in-house.
Operating a fleet internally means spending time and resources maintaining, tracking and administering the fleet. These are valuable resources that should be used to grow the organization, not manage the fleet. We hear many stories from business owners and leaders that are distracted by the challenges of managing their fleet when more pressing business issues deserve attention.
Corporate wellness programs aim to improve the health of employees. Fleet Wellness is a similar concept aimed to improve the health of your business fleet. This approach is based on the theory that by measuring and managing certain aspects of a vehicle fleet, vehicle fleet performance improves markedly. It focuses on goal setting while building accountability and specificity into the fleet management process. Fleet Wellness is powering the healthy fleet of tomorrow.
Fleet wellness measures performance against benchmarks and industry best practices including cost savings, cash flow, tax, operational efficiencies, administration, driver safety, and reliability. Use this infographic to discover the 5 tenets of fleet wellness.