GPS / Telematics

Webinar: Introducing GPS Tracking to Employees

November 06, 2013 - Press Release

GPS Insight, a technology provider of GPS fleet tracking software, will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 10 a.m. West Coast time, titled "How to Introduce GPS Tracking to Your Employees."

The introduction of GPS tracking to employees is viewed as a hurdle for many businesses and public agencies and one of the primary obstacles in the way of adopting a GPS tracking solution.

This webinar is intended for fleet managers who fear employee pushback and are looking for tips on how to successfully introduce this technology to their company or agency. The webinar will discuss how to eliminate the "Big Brother" stigma, explain how the technology benefits employees, and also explain how it benefits the company or agency as a whole.

Presenters: Phil Beaupre, systems control manager at East Central Energy, and Jennifer Gillham, senior account manager at GPS Insight.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 10 a.m. Pacific or 1 p.m. Eastern

Click here to sign up.


  1. 1. Roberto [ November 12, 2013 @ 06:42AM ]

    Proper log in/out will definite increase PLDT revnue


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