How to act on truck telematics, not just analyze it with Verizon Connect

How to act on truck telematics data, not just analyze it

Working remotely is new for much of the business world, but your trucks are always remote–rolling across the city, state or country delivering needed goods. The difference for you as the fleet manager now might be that you’re not down the hall from your dispatcher, shop manager or driver training manager. The telematics you employ can keep you working productively as long as your internal team is connected to the data, communicating and acting. But with so many management improvement options offered by data, where do you start?

I caught up with Kevin Aries, head of global product success for Verizon Connect, who provided two starting points for improving your fleet management using data, and then how to work with those inside and outside of your operation to make it happen. Watch the video above for all of the details.

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