Safety is one of the foremost concerns in fleet management. Whether it is a small fleet of a dozen vehicles or a large fleet of mixed vehicle types, ensuring safety is the priority of every fleet manager. Safety in the workplace is regulated by the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The goal is to shield employees from potential hazards whatever way possible. Failure to comply with these regulations can quickly result in severe penalties.
Murphy’s Law dictates: what can happen – will happen. And accidents are bound to happen, no matter what. Costs can quickly escalate. Claims management that simplifies internal communication processes and aids the fleet manager to initiate and coordinate subsequent processes is essential. But how do corporate fleets safeguard smooth claims management and what steps are needed to achieve this? Let us explain what to do in the event of an accident.
2020 left a deep mark on the fleet industry, calling for big changes that will be felt well into this year and beyond. What’s going? What’s staying? Covid has been among things a catalyst, raising many new questions and challenges that now require addressing. What are the issues that will shift the course of the fleet industry this year? Hans-Joachim Guth, CEO at Carano Software Solutions, one of Germany’s leading companies in digital fleet solutions, casts his outlook on the dominant issues of the fleet industry this year.
Digitalization is here to stay and its role is vital to the efficient and cost-saving management of the fleet. What trends are emerging in IT applications for fleet management and how do fleet managers decide on the right solution?
What does fleet management incorporate and how can you manage your fleet sucessfully? We tell you the basics.
The coronavirus has brought almost all areas of society, including many industries to a swift standstill. The vehicle fleet industry is also facing huge challenges and will have to in many ways reorient itself in the post-coronavirus period. In this article we would like to sketch out some approaches the fleet industry can take to make its way out of the crisis.
A software solution can simplify the processes in the fleet and save costs at the same time. But there are other reasons why fleet software makes sense.
Car policies – why they are relevant to every fleet: Protecting the drivers while enhancing company performance
Car Policies are not only necessary when it comes to fleet procurement. Car Polcies are also an important safety measure. They protect the wellbeing of the driver as well as the whole fleet.
Role-based work simplifies the entire fleet management process, creates transparency and eases the flow of communication. We show you how to implement this strategy into your fleet.
Invoice processing can be a tedious task. With the right fleet management software you can create a more conclusive reporting for your fleet.