More and more fleet managers are turning to company car tracking devices to help manage their fleet. Here at RAM, we believe that now is the perfect time to do so – here are three reasons why:
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Since March 1st 2017, drivers caught using their mobile phone behind the wheel will face a six-point penalty and a £200 fine with no option of a remedial course. Also, recently qualified drivers will potentially have their license taken off them. For repeat offenders, they are looking at a £1,000 fine and a six-month driving ban. here are some reasons our Business Vehicle Tracking system can help stop Mobile Phone use
When it comes to managing a business in today’s economic climate, outgoing costs need to be justified with instant rewards. Whether its saving money, becoming more efficient or improving customer service, your fleet will see the benefits of using RAM straight away. Here are three ways that we can improve your Fleet Management instantly.
With new speeding guidelines recently published by the government, it is now even more important to make sure your fleet doesn’t break the speed limit. This is one of the biggest problems that fleet managers have to tackle and this is where we can help them out. Here are three reason to install our vehicle tracking system and keep your fleet on the right side of the law
The simple fact is that if you and your employees can do more, then the business can make more. Productivity is a hugely desirable indicator of good performance, so it’s little surprise that there’s a whole host of resources out there explaining how you can boost it.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, the season of love is well and truly upon us. Here at RAM, we know how much fleet managers love our fleet tracking system but how can you get your staff to fall in love with it too? Here are some benefits to your staff that will keep them motivated and help to drive your business to reach its goals
It’s the start of a brand-new year, which means 365 new possibilities for your business! As a fleet manager, have you thought about your business resolutions? What you can do to improve and run your fleet of vehicles more efficiently? Following on from the big changes last year, utilising new technologies, such as a vehicle tracking system, will be essential in helping you achieve this.
January is always the most depressing month of the year, especially with Monday 16th January being labelled “as the most depressing day of the year” (Blue Monday). You may find a rise in staff sickness or holidays booked for this day. According to Cliff Arnall, who first came up with “Blue Monday”, the formula for the most depressing day of the year consists of the weather, debt, time since Christmas, time since failing at New Year’s Resolutions and low motivation.
Saving money and growing your business in 2017 will be a New Year’s resolution for many companies. Make sure your business stays efficient, profitable and accountable with RAM Tracking.
As the year draws to a close, we’re looking back on 2016. It’s been a good year for RAM and our award-winning vehicle tracking systems. We moved into a bigger workspace, meaning we could expand our workforce, as well as taking part in two Investor in Customers surveys. In April this year, we achieved the two star “Outstanding” accreditation. We listened to the needs of our customers, built on their ideas and implemented new and improved processes, which resulted us investing in another IIC survey in November, and the full top three star “Exceptional” accreditation. RAM is the only tracking company to achieve this esteemed award.
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