More than half of vehicle fleets are missing out on the benefits of technology


A new survey from Shell has highlighted more than half of fleet executives (51%) still use manual systems for everyday fleet management tasks such as job allocation, vehicle maintenance and driver management.

These figures may seem surprising to many who are already using Mobile Resource Management (MRM) technology to streamline their operations, boost productivity and profitability. From significant cost savings, to compliance and driver safety, investing in MRM can provide businesses with a major competitive edge such as a 20% reduction in mileage and a 24% reduction in driver hours.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the data also suggests that a significant number of fleet executives are looking to move to fleet management systems in the future, with 50% expecting their roles to include a greater reliance on technology over the next few years.

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