Improve efficiency and safety for the drivers helping to carry out your mission .
As a nonprofit organisation, the communities you serve depend on you and benefit from the valuable services you provide. Transportation, meal delivery, and other services support your core mission and depend on vehicles to achieve those goals. Gaining clear insights into how and where your vehicles are used can open new possibilities to reallocate resources in service of your mission, while keeping your staff and passengers safe.Get Started Explore Our Platform
Whether your staff drives around to different work sites, or part of your mission is to transport the people you serve using cars or buses, you want everyone safe. Fleet management software can keep you apprised of everyone’s location.
Stay in touch with your staff, using satellite communication, as they pick up passengers, make deliveries, or carry out other important work. Warn them of potential hazards and even learn how they drive, using that information to improve driver safety training.
Running a nonprofit organisation frequently means trying to do many things at once with resources stretched to their limits. When your flurry of activity includes managing drivers and transportation routes, you need a hub to manage it all.
Keep an eye on driver behavior that wastes gas or puts undue wear-and-tear on your vehicles, and even schedule preventive maintenance. Make your vehicles last as long as possible and take steps to prevent expensive surprise repairs. Well-tested software functionality lets you do it all.
Every penny of your donors’ support counts. Using telematics software allows you to stretch your budget and demonstrate fiscal responsibility by making more efficient choices.
Using software that integrates with other systems and supplies easy-to-understand data keeps things running efficiently. Smoother operations means less money wasted on administration and keeps it focused on your cause.
Mobile resource management, or MRM, refers to monitoring and tracking a variety of mobile assets. These may be vehicles used for deliveries, passenger transport, or other aspects of your business activities.
Insurance companies make decisions on premium costs based on claim histories – the record of events that indicates whether a commercial vehicle operator is a good risk. The consider factors like driver behavior, and previous accidents or violations. Train your drivers and ensure that they follow safety standards to reduce risk.
To measure the efficiency of your nonprofit’s fuel use, you should: