Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports Go Wireless
Since the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), fleets have had to be diligent if not vigilant about logging in their hours of service information as well as reporting problems with their vehicles. The act requires a daily audit by the driver on vehicle parts and systems that affect maintenance and […]
Herbie and KITT: What Personality Does Your Car Have?
These days, the color of your car and extras like leather, tinted windows, and sunroofs are not the only things that give your car its personality — your new car’s operating system may also inform your decision on whether you call it Tina, Thomas, or Turbo. With a whole host of flashy connectivity options that […]
Mobile-izing Your Workforce
What does this information mean for entrepreneurs, start-ups, and small businesses globally? In a word: mobile-ize. Your mobile device is one of the most powerful — and economical tools — available. This small computer has the power to practically connect you to anyone, anywhere, anytime. But more than that, it gives you the flexibility to […]
Do You Know Your Fuel-Saving Facts?
Are you still “myth-ified” on how to save gas money? Every day our Actsoft team talks to huge fleet companies as well as local delivery businesses about how to save fuel, cut costs, and keep their vehicles running smoothly and efficiently. We’ve developed some of the most dependable software in the industry that helps managers […]
What the Cluck? What 37,000 Pounds of Frozen Chickens Can Teach Us
On September 27th, 2014, an Idaho trucking company was missing a truck filled with 37,000 pounds of frozen chickens. The company’s 42-year-old driver, Christopher L. Hall, allegedly abandoned the truck after being refused more money from his employer. Unfortunately, by the time they located the truck at a Montana truck stop, the chicken had already […]
Employee Tracking: Big Brother or Smart Business
When it comes to the subject of tracking employees, many business owners get uneasy. They worry that they might create a “big brother” culture or send out the message that they don’t trust their employees. In turn, many workers feel that by being tracked, management doesn’t trust them or wants to micromanage their every move. […]
What Great Leaders Know: Understanding Weakness Leads to Success
From legendary coaches to the best teachers, the strategy is always the same: Understand the team’s weaknesses. It’s easy to identify star players and focus on the moments of glory, but without assessing the big picture, your team will only perform at a fraction of its potential. This is especially true for companies who are […]
What Telecommuting Tool Is Saving Companies Big Bucks?
Today almost all companies have a percentage of employees who work outside of the office. Whether they’re salespeople, delivery drivers, or specialists like plumbers and mechanics, this part of your workforce may never step foot into the office, but they’re an integral part of your success. The major problems with this group are communication and […]
Talent Is Not the Key to Success
You might be surprised by what is. In a word: organization. The ability to assemble a variety of moving parts in such a way that they work efficiently is the key to any company’s success — whether you own an accounting firm or doughnut shop. Understanding and managing the flow of daily operations can save […]