Just as irrigation technology has come a long way since the first sprinkler systems were installed, so has GPS tracking.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) April 06, 2016
Just as irrigation technology has come a long way since the first sprinkler systems were installed, so has GPS tracking. If a fleet is spread out all over the city, management only hopes that it means they’re completing assigned jobs timely, properly, and meeting the needs of the customers. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case and how is anyone to really know if the workers are taking on unauthorized jobs for a quick buck?
The answer is GPS tracking. This is one sure-fire way to know an irrigation company isn’t washing away profits. Irrigation installations and repairs provide customers with efficient sprinkler systems and GPS tracking equips the team with the ability to keep doing just that!
1.) Tracking Workers: Knowing where employees are is vital to maintaining a tight-knit schedule. GPS tracking in each vehicle can be used to log when a driver arrives to the scene of a job-site, when they begin their work and when they leave.
2.) Tracking Weather: The weather will have something to do with the appropriate time to install a sprinkler system. GPS tracking with Weather Overlay is helpful for monitoring ongoing and upcoming weather trends to ensure that there is no time wasted sending workers out to complete a job during a time that a rainstorm is due to hit.
These are just some ways to eliminate the possibility of losing time and money from an irrigation landscaping business by utilizing GPS tracking. Knowing in a glance where company vehicles are located, what workers are doing and when the best time to send employees out to a job would be invaluable. Set as many geofence alerts as you desire to know that company trucks are in the right location during the right time.
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