Custom fleet management reporting typically involves the use of Microsoft Excel to add or remove columns and variables that best align with business objectives. Moreover, pivot tables allow for cross-tabulations and displays results in easy to view graphic reports. Below are some areas in which custom reporting can be applied:
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Fleet Productivity Reporting
Trip reports can easily be manipulated with an Excel report by using pivot tables. Report on how many customer stops drivers are taking or even how many personal stops to improve productivity.
- Zone/Geofence type stop counts
- Stop Times
- Drive Times
- After Hours Driving
Driver Risk & Safety Reporting
Having issues with your drivers getting in accidents? Report on how risky they are driving by using accelerometer data and creating rules based on sensitivity. Easily sort your data by the riskiest drivers by showing a snapshot graph over certain time periods.
- Harsh Accelerations
- Harsh Braking
- Harsh Cornering
- Speeding over Posted Road Limit
- Device Tampering
Cost Savings with Customized Reports
Putting a price on idle times can get your company closer to your ROI. Determine the true bad idling vs. PTO idling to create cost savings score cards to curb idle times.
- Take PTO Idling and subtract it from Total Idle time to get the true bad idling
- Put a cost to the bad idle times
- Sort by potential savings
Custom Trending Reporting
With trending reports, managers can now see how the fleet is doing week over week or even month over month. The power is out there, you just need to reach out and grab it.
- Trend yearly
- Trend monthly
- Trend weekly
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