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Fleetmatics launches first two e-books in SME advice series

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 - 15:07
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HELPING HAND: Fleetmatics CTO, Peter Mitchell

Leading fleet management provider Fleetmatics have launched the first two e-books in a series of publications designed to help SME owners.

The books provide insight into how businesses can highlight and remove fuel wastage, as well as identifying ten ways fleet management can improve operational efficiency.

Both books can be downloaded from the Fleetmatics website, alongside other information such as customer case studies, articles and blogs.

Richard Brooks, European Marketing Director of Fleetmatics, said: “The owners and operators of SME businesses are incredibly busy people who might not have the time or the energy to sit down and read a whitepaper or detailed article.

“Our e-books are short, well-presented and easy to read and contain a substantial amount of key information necessary for them to start making improvements in their operations.”

The fuel saving advice e-book covers the top five causes of fuel wastage, focusing in particular on poor driving behaviour and vehicle idling times.

It contains independent statistics from such leading sources as the AA and the Energy Saving Trust.

The second e-book concentrates on how fleet management systems can help SMEs enhance their operational efficiency.

Presented in an ‘easy to absorb format’, it covers topics including how to improve productivity, how to enhance customer service and how to reduce administration and simplify payroll procedures.

Fleetmatics are a leading global provider of fleet management solutions for SMEs, providing operators with visibility into vehicle location, fuel usage, speed and mileage.

They serve more than 19,000 customers, tracking more than 356,000 vehicles worldwide.

Both books can be downloaded from www.fleetmatics.co.uk/ebooks.

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