Businesses are suffering from an information overload.
A five point list aimed at helping fleets gain maximum insight from their data has been issued by FleetCheck as businesses seek to identify new levels of efficiency as they head into 2021.
The fleet software specialist says that the continuing economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus crisis has prompted many to look again at their fleet fundamentals – and how they measure key aims has become an important topic.
Peter Golding, managing director, explained: “It’s been a trend for many years that fleets are finding themselves with access to more and more data, and most of them will admit that they haven’t kept on top of everything it can be used to achieve.
“However, we’re now at a moment when the pandemic means that a huge number of businesses are re-examining their fleet activities from the ground up – and data is an area where it is generally agreed that real gains can be made.
“The aim of these fleets is to use the information available to measure key objectives but also to investigate areas where they are able to gain new levels of insight over their operations. They are very much open to new ideas and new thinking.
“The top five has been created by our team to help fleets travel down this road, to get them thinking about new approaches to the information to which they now have access – and how to avoid common issues such as a feeling of being overloaded with data.”