• Avoid adding extra staff as the business grows by working more efficiently.

  • Key in customer's postcode and instantly find out which of your vehicles is nearest to the job – saving time and fuel.

  • Schedule jobs more efficiently and increase the number of jobs your workforce can perform in a given period of time.

  • Review driver activity on a map. Check to see if they are taking the quickest route or taking unnecessary detours.

  • Plan routes to regular jobs beforehand to optimise efficiency, taking into account the length of each route and potential traffic.

  • Set ‘geofence’ boundary lines, so you can tell when drivers have arrived at a delivery or left a distribution centre.

  • Every time a driver returns to your premises, you get an alert – so you can make sure they’re onto the next job as soon as possible.

  • Improve customer service as you respond more quickly to customers, reaching their location in the most time-efficient manner.