Mobile phone distributor Fone Logistics has struck a deal to distribute a unique vehicle tracking system which allows users to track their mobile workforce from anywhere in the world.
Crystal Ball is a web-based GPS Vehicle Tracking system which means all users need is an internet connection to view, monitor, plan, forecast and manage their fleet.
Through detailed tracking reports, the user can analyse the wear and tear on their vehicles through mileage, speed and braking reports and understand their employees driving behaviour and patterns.
An integral part of this sophisticated vehicle tracking system is the Navteq mapping engine that allows people to view their entire fleet instantly.
Fone Logistics will distribute Crystal Ball via its dealer network.
Fone Logistics Sales and Marketing Director Julien Parven said: “The beauty of Crystal Ball is that there is no need for any of the inconvenience associated with the installation of additional software on a designated PC – all you need is an internet connection and Crystal Ball be accessed from anywhere in the world via secure web pages.
“We are all excited about distributing this product through our dealers because the system allows you to understand the precise location of your fleet, calculate fuel expenses and mileage reports and also eliminate fraudulent mileage claims and the misuse of company vehicles.”
All sectors of business whether large or small, corporate or local government have identified that Crystal Ball gps vehicle tracking can improve customer service levels, efficiency and ultimately improve their bottom line.
Billy Telfer of John Deere Forestry, which has sites across the UK and Ireland, said: “I decided on Crystal Ball, not for Big Brother, but for health and safety reasons as my engineers are working in remote areas of the country, i.e. the forests of all the UK, sometimes up to 25 miles from any major roads or people.
“If I see that they are still in forests at what I would call silly times then I can contact them. The reports are excellent, I can see how long my engineers are driving – I don’t make money from engineers driving vans.”