1. Fleet Management Sofware: 2049

    If futuristic films like Blade Runner 2049 taught us anything in 2017, it’s that thinking about the future—especially in the world of technology—is exhilarating. While some folks have a fear of the unknown, others obsess over the limitless possibilities that future technologies can bring—and for the fleet management software professionals at Skypatrol, that means we’re obsessing over the…Read More

  2. Tools to Improve Your Fleet Management Skills

    Managing a small fleet can be a breeze, regardless of what kinds of management systems you’re using. However, your perfect management system, style, and tools might not work as well once your fleet starts growing. Success and growth is a good thing for your fleet—but if you’re not ready to handle more data, more fleet vehicles, more employees, and more problems, you might struggle to perform…Read More

  3. The Many Jobs of A Fleet Manager

    Sometimes, a job title doesn’t quite explain exactly what a job is all about—and this is definitely true when it comes to fleet managers. There are so many skill sets that fleet managers must have to be successful. In this blog, the fleet management software experts at Skypatrol will take a look at all of the jobs that are required within the job title of fleet manager—and it should be no su…Read More

  4. The Many Jobs of A Fleet Manager, Part 2

    In the previous blog post, the fleet management software experts at Skypatrol discussed the many jobs of a fleet manager. We’ll continue with that topic today, with even more jobs that fleet management experts are required to perform on a daily basis. A Fleet Manager Is… A Leader of People While fleet managers deal with money, maps, and mechanical schedules, they must also deal with people—m…Read More

  5. The Gripes of Fleet Managers

    Fleet managers work tirelessly to help their businesses grow and make sure their drivers are performing at their best and safest--and since the fleet industry has been growing at a rapid rate since 2010, it appears their hard work is paying off. However, fleet managers still have quite a bit to gripe about. In this blog, the fleet management software professionals at Skypatrol will discuss some of…Read More

  6. How and Why You Should be Using Geofencing With Your Fleet

    Many users think that GPS-enabled technology is a great way to track the location of their vehicles and that's about it. While this is an extremely useful feature of many fleet management software programs, it certainly isn't the only advantage. It is, in fact, just scratching the surface of what you can do. When you really start to dig into the power of GPS-enabled technology with your fleet, it'…Read More

  7. How Fleet Management Software is Changing The Game

    Fleet management software has been an industry staple for years, helping fleets save time and money, and understand their drivers and vehicles better than ever before. But this software is still half-baked—there are plenty of improvements that can be made to better suit fleet businesses. That’s what Skypatrol will discuss here—ways that fleet management software is making great strides. Simp…Read More

  8. More Tips for Better Fleet Management

    In our previous blog, Skypatrol covered how fleet businesses can improve and grow with simple changes to their processes and mindset. We’ll cover the same topic here, giving you even more ways to improve your fleet business. Nip irresponsible driving in the bud. Fleet drivers are often the most inconsistent and unpredictable part of any fleet business—after all, it’s the most human part of t…Read More

  9. Improving Dealership Profits

    If you’re running a car dealership or looking to start one in the future, profit margins are (and will always be) on your mind. There’s a lot of funding needed (and a lot of financial risk taken) when working in car sales industry—so if you’re not seeing healthy profits, there could be heavy consequences for your business and your finances. In this blog, Skypatrol will give you a few tips …Read More

  10. The Effect of One Broken Down Vehicle

    When you have a large fleet of vehicles, something’s going to break at some point. The more vehicles you have in your fleet, the more problems you’ll have—and that can leave you with costly repairs and decreased fleet productivity. But negative effects aren’t just felt when multiple cars break down—even a single car breaking down can cause a ripple effect for your business operations. In…Read More