Despite the greater frequency of extreme weather events occurring around the globe, freight still has to be delivered on time and on a year-round basis. Truck drivers often find themselves driving through rain, snow, sleet, hail, fog, ice, thunderstorms, tornadoes and high winds. While drivers aren't generally expected to stick to pre-planned routes in extreme weather, fleet managers don’t really have the capacity to outline every possible alternate route in anticipation of a future hazardous weather scenario.
Data-driven route planning saves fuel, prevents accidents and improves ETAs, which is why many logistics companies are turning to advanced supply chain optimization solutions with real-time weather alerts and rerouting functionalities. Today, tech-savvy fleet managers are looking for exactly this type of tech innovations to provide them with a sharp competitive edge in an already crowded industry such as long-haul logistics.
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The success of your bus fleet business depends on your ability to keep vehicles on the road while finding innovative new ways to maximise cost efficiency.
Yet 70% of fleet operators are concerned the costs of new technology may outweigh the benefits, which is why two-thirds (69%) don’t want to upgrade while current machinery is still operational. 77% of fleet managers also say their maintenance staff would benefit from extra training.
This is why we’ve created Shell lubricants for Driveline: a suite of high-performing lubricants and expert advice that adds up to more than the sum of its parts – making your current bus fleet more efficient, profitable and competitive.
Putting this into perspective, customers leveraging Shell Technical Services have seen a marked improvement in their operations. This has delivered over $68M in documented value savings to Shell’s B2B customers.
This white paper will outline possible mobile device security threats and review how IT can effectively manage and secure a fleet of devices, whether they are personally owned or corporate owned. By following the strategies outlined in this paper, IT managers will learn what the greatest security risks are for mobile devices and how to effectively protect end users, their devices, and the network infrastructure from attack, harm, or lost data.
This white paper gets advice from phone system managers who were in the forefront of remedying phone system disasters. Topics like buying incompatible hardware, brands with bad customer service, or companies with bad SIP service are covered.