In construction businesses, the more transparency you have over your assets (people, equipment, tools), the more margin you can earn, more competitive you will be and more profit you will generate.
“What are the benefits of a GPS tracker for equipment?” This is one of the most asked questions we get. Not surprising as you weigh your options against other tracking technologies and want to understand the benefits of GPS.
Safety has a major impact on a contractor’s ability to win work. Without a safety record strong enough to meet the requirements in your customer’s RFPs, contractors are inhibited from winning new work, expanding into new territories and generating overall business growth.
GPS technology is so pervasive we rarely stop to think how it works. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a fascinating system serving billions of users that took decades to form. Let’s take look at how GPS tracking works and how it fits for asset tracking and fleet management.
Asset management software is a computer program or digital system that helps keep track of an organization’s stuff. That stuff can be machines, vehicles, products, or pretty much any physical item that matters in terms of cost or revenue. Asset management is needed because things - large and...
For the past two decades, digital asset management has enabled construction companies to track their assets anywhere at any time with a minimum of manual involvement. This has produced significant improvements in operational efficiencies, lower costs and healthier bottom lines for construction...
When your equipment isn’t functioning properly, it costs your business money. Equipment downtime can idle workers, delay projects and negatively impact customer service. It also costs money to repair equipment that hasn’t been properly maintained.