FleetMind Publishes White Paper on Fleet Management Technology Myths
“Dispelling Common Fleet Management Technology Myths” tackles frequent misconceptions about next-generation waste fleet telematics
MONTREAL, Canada – October 22, 2013 - FleetMind Solutions, Inc., the technology leader for fleet management systems, today published a white paper that identifies and addresses common misconceptions about next generation vehicle telematics applications for waste and recycling fleets. Entitled “Dispelling Common Fleet Management Technology Myths”, this white paper tackles perceptual adoption barriers to provide better insights into this market and what it means for waste fleets in North America.
“Fleet management onboard computing systems have come a long way in the past decade,” said Martin Demers, CEO of FleetMind. “It’s clear – these technologies are on the rise and are field-proven to deliver compelling bottom-line and operational benefits to waste fleets. Yet in spite of this, many misconceptions and barriers to adoption exist within the waste and recycling industry. This white paper channels our extensive industry experience to examine and address these issues head on.”
According to a new report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc., the global commercial vehicle telematics market is set to reach US $11.2 billion by 2015. New onboard fleet management technologies allow waste fleet owners to reduce costs by trimming unnecessary mileage, boosting productivity and improving overall customer service.
To download the white paper, visit: www.fleetmind.com/fleet-management-products/download-white-papers
FleetMind Solutions, Inc. is the award-winning technology leader for fleet management solutions. FleetMind’s technology is derived from over 10 years and millions of dollars invested in developing the industry’s best and most advanced fleet solutions specifically designed for waste and recycling environments. FleetMind solutions have been successfully installed in thousands of vehicles across North America. Our products have allowed the industry’s largest waste and recycling fleets to link their drivers and vehicles to business operations in real-time to ensure improved productivity, safety, sustainability, profitability and customer service.
For more information, visit us at www.FleetMind.com.
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