For Immediate Release Wireless Pioneers Join the FieldLogix Strategic Advisory Board San Diego, CA December 5, 2012 – FieldLogix, provider… Read more »
Fleet Tracking Press Archives
The FieldLogix press archives provide insight into an ever-evolving industry. As we continue to innovate, we provide our customers and colleagues with timely GPS tracking press releases. As technology evolves, we are ready and willing to embrace these changes in order to provide the best service possible. Read through our past and present press releases and see what everyone is buzzing about!
Using Sprint’s Wireless Network, FieldLogix Provides Business Owners Power and Security with GPS Tracking FieldLogix today announced that its… Read more »
San Diego, CA October 2, 2012 – FieldLogix, provider of an award-winning Green GPS vehicle and asset management solution for North… Read more »
Coming Soon: TiE South Coast M2M Panel Discussion On June 26, 2012, TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs), will be hosting… Read more »
March 5, 2012 – San Diego, CA – FieldLogix announces that wireless industry veteran Magda Remillard has joined the company… Read more »
Linx Electric provides complete electrical system wiring for commercial and industrial facilities of all types and sizes in southern Louisiana. In June, with a growing customer base and over a dozen technicians serving an area more than 1,000 square miles, the company needed a solution that would provide real-time GPS data and allow them to efficiently route and communicate with technicians for faster service.
Linx Electric chose FieldLogix GPS Tracking System and ever since the company has had “more efficient communication, faster customer service, and improved navigation,” said Danyelle Braud, Dispatch Manager of Linx Electric.
Now may be the perfect time to invest in a GPS tracking system since the federal government will essentially pay for a large portion of it. Thanks to the extension and increased deductions with IRS Piggy-BankSection 179, businesses can write off up to $500,000 for equipment purchased during 2011.
When Jake Ackerman purchased Central Jersey Equipment, a John Deere dealership, the company had been in business for over 30 years and included several seasoned employees that were “too set in their ways.” At the time, Mr. Ackerman said managing his mobile employees and equipment was a daunting task and he “needed more control” so he decided to purchase FieldLogix’s GPS fleet tracking system.
Mr. Ackerman said, “You can’t manage what you don’t measure. FieldLogix’s tracking system has helped me to see which employees are the most effective and which ones are not. Now payroll is based on hours spent working, not just hours clocked in, so there’s real accountability. Not only are we saving money, but we can reward the drivers who are delivering the best results.”
Upon installing the FieldLogix fleet tracking system, Carlos’ suspicions were immediately confirmed. By using the tracking system’s activity reports, he found that his “honor system” was being abused by his employees. By having an accurate way to measure daily work hours, his overtime costs dropped immediately.
In fact, his overtime costs dropped by more than 2 hours per man per day with no change in the workload. Based on Carlos’ calculations, he paid for the entire first year of the system within the first 18 days.
FieldLogix, a San Diego company known for its innovative fleet tracking solutions, announced today that it has been named a 2011 TechAmerica High Tech Awards winner in the Outstanding Emerging Growth Category.
“We are honored to be selected as a winner for the 2011 TechAmerica High Tech Awards” said Yukon Palmer, CEO of FieldLogix. “This recognition validates the unique innovation of our system and its enormous potential.”
FieldLogix was recognized for the Outstanding Emerging Growth category, based on its innovation in the telematics industry and its proven ability to not only survive an economic recession, but even grow during it. “Because a fleet tracking system can provide an ROI in less than six months and immediately reduce fuel consumption, plus produce ecological benefits, companies both large and small are utilizing them to create profitable, sustainable fleets.”