Electric Fleets: Is Now the Time?
We’ve discussed at length the various ways you can transform your company into a green machine. From the ways small businesses are leading the pack in environmentally sound practices and tips for helping your company follow suit, to ways you can reduce wasteful vehicle idling and the benefits of going paper-free, how we treat our […]read more
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 […]read more
What a Company Mission Statement Should Accomplish
As we’ve discussed in previous posts, effective communication is essential to success in the world of business. How your message comes across to both prospective customers and your internal team alike matters, and perhaps one of the best ways to send a powerful and meaningful one to all is through a thoughtful mission statement that […]read more
The Importance of Accurate Timekeeping
“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” — William Penn Dating back some 300 years, this quote is as true today as it was when first penned. As it pertains to someone’s personal life, time is what you make of it, and you have nobody to answer to but yourself. But […]read more
How Excellent Communication Enhances Project Management
For any team project, effective communication is essential. Coordinating various tasks that need to be accomplished is much easier when there’s open communication between staff members and supervisors; however, this can be a struggle to maintain consistently at times. Requesting feedback from your staff regarding how much work they’ve got on their schedules is an […]read more
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 […]read more