SageQuest’s buyer’s guide thoroughly explained the different types of systems with their good and bad points. It gave me the information I needed to critically evaluate the options and choose the right GPS vehicle tracking system for my company
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) June 21, 2011
SageQuest (http://www.sage-quest.com) today announced the release of its free 17-page 2011 Buyer’s Guide for GPS Vehicle Tracking Solutions. The guide is aimed at helping cable, telecom, HVAC, plumbing, electrician, construction, repair, security and other companies with field services and fleets of vehicles select the GPS solution that best fits their needs from the hundreds of GPS providers on the market. The guide can be downloaded at http://www.sage-quest.com/home/whitepaper/buyers-guide.asp
GPS vehicle tracking is one of the fastest growing technology solutions in business today due to its relatively low cost and high return on investment (ROI). When correctly implemented, fleet tracking is a proven way for businesses to save thousands each year as it enables a mobile workforce to be more productive and profitable. Unfortunately the enormous growth of GPS technology in mobile phones and vehicle-installed devices has led to a great degree of confusion. While the underlying GPS technology is similar from system to system, the actual application of the data and functionality of the systems can differ widely, leading to varying satisfaction levels based on the size, complexity and objectives of a business. These differences between systems are not always readily apparent and switching costs can be high for those that end up unsatisfied with their original selection.
Published annually since 2007, SageQuest’s Buyers Guide for GPS Vehicle Tracking Solutions helps companies sort through the various options and select the right GPS tracking software solution with confidence. Eighty-six percent (86%) of readers surveyed after using the guide indicated they felt more comfortable making a purchasing decision. “SageQuest’s buyer’s guide thoroughly explained the different types of systems with their good and bad points,” said Andy Torrey, Operations Manager of Blue Valley Telecommunications. “It gave me the information I needed to critically evaluate the options and choose the right GPS vehicle tracking system for my company.”
The SageQuest 2011 Buyers Guide for GPS Vehicle Tracking Solutions contains:
- How GPS vehicle tracking works;
- The three different types of GPS systems;
- What to expect from providers;
- A step-by-step approach to shopping;
- Pricing options;
- And an easy to use solution review worksheet.
The 2011 Buyer’s Guide for GPS Vehicle Tracking Solutions can be downloaded for free at http://www.sage-quest.com/home/whitepaper/buyers-guide.asp
SageQuest, a FleetMatics company, is the premier provider of GPS fleet tracking and management solutions that improve the overall efficiency of any mobile workforce. The company serves mid- and large-sized organizations offering real-time insight into vehicle activity and its impact on business. Known for its easy-to-use interface, intuitive reports, and industry-leading customer service, SageQuest is used by thousands of customers in the HVAC, telecom, cable, construction, plumbing, security and field services industries that have hundreds of thousands of vehicles on the road. SageQuest, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, integrates with existing workforce management systems to help improve their productivity. For more information on SageQuest, visit http://www.sage-quest.com or call 888.837.7243.