Telematics Solution Evaluation Process
Fleetistics Telematics Solution Evaluation Process (SEP) was developed to mitigate the risk for fleet managers when vetting various technology solutions. We have learned much from working with fleets for over 20 years. Large fleet managers have unique challenges that have the potential for a significant positive or negative impact on a company’s profitability. Choosing the wrong telematics solution can be a risky proposition.
Pilot vs. SEP
The SEPs 60-day process ensures total clarity on everything from installation, to configuration, to training and support. By the end of the SEP process customers know what issues can be resolved and the potential ROI when applied at fleet wide. This process is the only way to ensure a good decision is made. Don’t worry, a business analyst with over 20 years of experience and a highly trained sales team will take you through the process.
Solution Evaluation Process (SEP)
To accomplish this thorough Telematics Solution Evaluation Process, Fleetistics developed the SEP. During a SEP we consult with customers in order to thoroughly understand defined issues and identify ROI opportunities. Fleetistics considers a wide variety of technology, including 3rd party partners, to deploy a variety of technologies and services to solve customer issues. This process requires interaction and commitment above that required for a simple pilot.
During this SEP future customers are assigned a business analyst to guide and lead the process, work with the customer at all levels and train personnel. Together we define specific goals to achieve the
By working as a team (management, employees
The SEP takes about 75 days from installation to final Telematics Solution Evaluation Process and requires, in some cases, a limited financial investment; all require time and man-hours. A timeline is outlined prior to starting by the business analyst and agreed to by the customer. Regular meetings are required to review the project progress and access to vehicles and field personnel is required to study operations, processes and implement change after the 30 day mark. Customers must be willing to commit the time and upper management must be informed of progress on an ongoing basis.