Transform business with next-gen fleet management solutions

Analytics. Intelligent reporting. Process streamlining. The right telematics can help you optimize your fleet operations beyond tracking.

by AT&T Business Editorial Team

A solid fleet telematics solution facilitates the exchange of valuable intelligence between a commercial or government vehicle fleet and a central authority, i.e. the fleet’s home base or dispatching office. This exchange of information enables the home base to order adjustments to optimize and manage the fleet in an array of critical areas. How? 

Telematics solutions capture near-real-time, rich data on details such as vehicle positions and speed, engine conditions, fuel usage, idling patterns, traffic conditions, risky driving behaviors, as well as other useful details. Home base can use this information to direct fleet vehicles and drivers to adjust. Data can be used to improve productivity, optimize fleet performance, adhere to safety rules, help ensure regulatory compliance, and much more. 

With the proliferation of digital transformation adoption and the emergence of 5G, future use cases in enterprise and government fleet and supply chain operations have yet to be imagined. To stay competitive, especially as the pace of business accelerates, it is imperative that you choose a fleet management solution that integrates with your current technologies. 

But how do you choose the provider that fits your business goals? 

In our whitepaper, Top 4 Considerations When Choosing a Fleet Management Provider, we’ve outlined an approach for you to consider as you build your fleet management roadmap. 

You’ll learn:

  1. The top 4 reasons near-real-time data is critical in transportation 
  2. Why you should not attempt to rightsize using the WRONG data
  3. How analytics can help you measure and optimize asset utilization
  4. Why all OBDII dongles are not the same
  5. How to reduce costs and create new efficiencies with intelligent routing and the right dispatch tools 
  6. How predictive and scheduled maintenance can solve big problems before they occur
  7. How to improve your compliance reporting, and more

The components of a robust fleet management solution should be scalable to support your fleet, whether your fleet consists of 10 or 10,000 vehicles. Read real use cases in long-haul trucking, food and beverage, oil and gas, electronics retail, and emergency medical services (ambulance fleet) to learn how AT&T has helped businesses optimize fleet performance, regardless of fleet size. 


Read the full whitepaper:

Top 4 Considerations When Choosing a Fleet Management Provider

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