Our customers trust us to help them save even the smallest amount of time and money in competitive markets where telematics solutions can turn up the dial for the most efficient fleet management. With fuel having one of the biggest impacts on annual running costs, some may be surprised at how effective telematics is in reducing fuel-associated costs.
On average about 25% of a fleet’s operating costs are attributed to fuel consumption. By reducing your average fuel bill by 10%, you reduce your overall operating costs in an inherently challenging environment.
MiX Telematics provides accurate fuel data based on usage as well as driver behavior data showing events and trends that further impact excessive fuel use. All of which work synergistically to provide fleet leaders with the information they need to make decisions where and when it’s needed the most.
Actively save on fuel by up to 10% on average, annually. This often equates to a sizable portion of a fleet’s annual running costs. We put fuel-saving theory into practice by specializing in:
Our solution portfolio can be tailored to the unique requirements that cut across industries and fleet sizes. Each customer is different, and their fleet management needs are unique, but MiX Telematics connected SaaS technology works to actively improve fleet efficiency at every level.
Protect your brand reputation by delivering on your customers’ targets, on time and within schedule. Our system enables you to save precious time by helping plan more efficient routes, monitor driver hours to better track actual hours worked, and preemptively schedule vehicle maintenance to avoid any downtime in your operations.
The two main methods of fuel theft within commercial vehicle fleets are fuel skimming and/or fuel siphoning. Claims are that 99% of fuel theft is carried out in these ways. MiX offers several solutions to prevent fuel theft from occurring, including:
Fleet maintenance is another key driver to improving efficiency. Vehicle wear and tear can be extremely expensive, not to mention the implications caused by the resultant downtime.
Similarly, to fuel costs, reducing a fleet’s running costs is achievable by way of using telematics to monitor the way that vehicles and assets are driven and operated. Fleet managers are alerted to maintenance schedules for upcoming services, as well as real-time alerts to driver-related events that directly impact a vehicle.
Reducing harsh driving events, such as acceleration, braking, and cornering can significantly reduce maintenance costs by up to 20%. We help you utilize your data in the following ways:
Plan around maintenance to avoid unforeseen downtime.
Effective telematics is about being proactive, not reactive. By understanding critical events that happen day-to-day across your fleet, you can anticipate trends and plan maintenance more efficiently. This reduces vehicle downtime and increases fleet utilization, as well as saves considerable costs.
Our solution alerts you in real-time to vital events and, also provides you with high-level management information to understand what is happening to your fleet and plan accordingly. Typical events include oil and brake level warnings, tire pressure management system integration, and engine warnings.
Avoid inefficiencies that drive up costs and work towards actionable data to better manage your fleet and drive positive change. Improve efficiencies in:
Automated and paperless workflows.
Fleet running costs vary depending on the nature of a business and the industry in which it operates. How do you ensure that all areas within your fleet operation are being optimized?
Having access to your fleet data offers valuable insights into daily activities that could contribute to substantial financial and practical savings.
The data we provide can help you to:
By tapping into aggregate data with MiX Telematics’ system, you can reduce your costs and increase efficiency by helping you maximize overall fleet efficiency and utilization. This can also improve customer experience and satisfaction.
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