• A Fleet Manager’s Guide to ELD Compliance

    Posted 12 January 2017 by Stacey Papp

    It’s the million-dollar question: How do you prime your organization to reach full ELD compliance? Time’s a-wastin’, sport, and you have a little less than 365 days to get with the program – the deadline is Dec. 18, 2017. So what’s a fleet manager to do? Here is the ba...

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  • Busting the Myths about GPS Fleet Tracking

    Posted 10 January 2017 by Stacey Papp

    Ancient mythology still has a place in the modern world – companies name products after half-forgotten gods and heroes, like Ajax (a Trojan War hero, and a cleaning solution) and Nike (a Greek goddess of victory, and a sneaker company). Hollywood movies feature fictional events from thousands ...

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  • Field Service Managers: What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

    Posted 04 January 2017 by Stacey Papp

    Are you a resolution maker … who turns into a resolution breaker? According to research, almost half of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions – but the kicker is that only 8 percent on average are successful in achieving their goals. It’s enough to make you want to c...

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  • Power, Consolidated: 5 Benefits of Combining Telematics with ELDs

    Posted 15 December 2016 by Stacey Papp

    When a phrase is too long to speak or type out, we turn it into something else: an acronym, a useful little thing that has been around for a long time. You may already know that some actual words have come out of them, like Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, which used to be SCUBA in all...

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  • 2016: The Final Countdown

    Posted 14 December 2016 by Stacey Papp

    All right, 2016. You’ve really put us through the ringer, between a turbulent election season and way too many awesome famous people dying, but we’re almost done with you. There’s just one more hurdle to cross before we throw 2016 down the memory hole, and it’s a biggie: the...

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  • GPS Tracking Technologies Makes It a Wonderful Life

    Posted 12 December 2016 by Stacey Papp

    Not everyone celebrates Christmas, but we can all celebrate Christmas movies – the good, the bad, the extremely cheesy and even the R-rated (“Bad Santa,” anyone?).  That said, every movie has a point where you say, “If only they had X or did Y, the problem would be solv...

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  • Are Lowered Costs and Safer Driving on Your Holiday Wish List?

    Posted 08 December 2016 by Stacey Papp

    If variety is the spice of life, then friendly competition must be the salt. Or the sugar. Or maybe the cheese puffs. (Yes, we’re craving snacks right now.) Point is, making something a contest makes it more fun. Human beings are naturally competitive, which dates back from our caveman days w...

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  • ‘Tis the Season to Be…On Call

    Posted 05 December 2016 by Stacey Papp

    Now that the presidential election and the World Series are over, we can discuss another divisive topic: the holidays. Some people are all about Thanksgiving dinner, Black Friday sales, holiday parties, shopping and gift-giving, decorating, and celebrating with family and friends – in fact, w...

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  • Driving Down the Field: 4 Things Field Service Business Can Learn from the NFL

    Posted 01 December 2016 by Stacey Papp

    Forget the election results. Forget the looming holidays. There are bigger things at stake. We’re coming into a time of year that separates the wheat from the chaff, the men from the boys, the clear winners from the just-couldn’t-hack-it-this-years. Yes, we’re talking about pre-p...

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  • Blast from the Past: 5 Movies That Wouldn’t Have a Plot without Technology

    Posted 28 November 2016 by Stacey Papp

    Do you ever watch a movie that takes place before the mid- to late-90s and think, “This could never happen today”? As in, basically the entire plot of the movie, or a main conflict, wouldn’t even be a thing if the characters had our current technology? For example: “Romeo a...

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