GPS / Telematics

Telogis Spotlight Delivers Metrics to Workforce Managers

April 26, 2017

Courtesy of Telogis. 
Courtesy of Telogis.

Fleet managers, supervisors and company executives will have quick visibility into key metrics and information about their mobile workforce by using the Telogis Spotlight mobile app. 

Launching in May, Telogis Spotlight will be free, and a complemtary app to the Telogis Fleet solution, providing comprehensive analytics on key performance indicators (KPIs) along with access to useful vehicle, driver, customer, and job site data.

Telogis Spotlight is an extension of the Telogis mobile resource management software platform and will be available to all Telogis Fleet users. Customers can use their Telogis login for Spotlight on iOS or Android devices and quickly view up-to-date analytics about vehicle health, driver behavior and other key metrics.

Complex mobile workforce data is organised into easy-to-read dashboards that highlight critical information and areas of concern. Weekly emails help users monitor performance and spot trends in the key categories of safety, fuel efficiency and vehicle health.

The information is delivered via dashboards and real-time activity alerts, highlighting opportunities to save money and optimise performance.

Telogis Spotlight will be available for iOS and Android devices from the App Store and Google Play.

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