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Fleet operations create mountains of data. With so many data points to consider, it’s easy to overlook some of the more helpful points. While every work truck fleet has different needs related to telematics and data, these missed data points can apply to just about everyone.

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Omnitracs Joins Verisk Data Exchange

As the first large-fleet commercial telematics service provider to align with Verisk, Omnitracs will now offer its subscribers the ability to contribute data to the Verisk Data Exchange and apply analytics to the operational safety of their connected fleets.

New Connectivity, Analytics Options Coming for Detroit-Powered Trucks

Fleets of all sizes that are running Detroit powertrains are about to get access to several new tools that will make it easier to analyze the vast amount of data available from the truck – including not only engine fault code data, but also fuel efficiency and safety data.

Strategic Changes for Extended PM Intervals

Today’s engine technology and hardware systems require a more strategic inspection than before. Preventive maintenance based on oil-change intervals may not be enough.

Truck Telematics: Beyond Asset Tracking

Most fleet managers know telematics is great for asset tracking, but there are many other underutilized components of a telematics solution that could be saving fleet managers time and money.

Benefits of a Service Level Agreement with Upfitters

This two-part article examines the pros and cons of a service level agreement (SLA) with an upfitter. Part 1 examines the advantages of an SLA and how to correctly structure its metrics. Part 2 will examine 10 potential disadvantages.

San Francisco Hiring Sr. Fleet Analyst

The City & County of San Francisco, Calif., is hiring a senior administrative analyst to join its Fleet Management – Central Shops Department. The analyst plans, organizes, leads and/or participates in analytical work related to fleet management.