Asset Tracking

Our asset tracking blog includes a variety of easy-to-read articles. We help you find the best practices, along with tips and even industry news that will benefit the implementation of your asset tracking system.

Simply Unified is dedicated to providing essential information for companies looking to enhance their asset and inventory management procedures. Customer satisfaction has to be maintained while ensuring that all your assets are in place. This strategy not only helps retain your existing customers but also encourages new ones to trust your business.

If you are wondering why your business requires asset tracking, this blog post will surely help you decide. We can also assist you in choosing the right asset tracker. As you know, there are plenty of options available, from radiofrequency IDs, GPS active tags, barcodes, and more. With these solutions, it is understandable for you to get confused and overwhelmed.

Simply Unified has pros in asset tracking, so you can easily choose which solution is best for your business and operations. We outline your choices, along with their pros and cons and equivalent options.

We still have more to come, so make sure you check back often to learn more about asset tracking systems and procedures.

The way your drivers operate their vehicles directly influences the amount of fuel consumed.

How to Reduce Fuel Cost Across the Fleet

Fuel is very important for trucking companies. Without it, you cannot conduct your business. It is, therefore, no surprise that expenditure on fuel is among the most considerable expenses for such a business. In fact, according to research, fuel costs constitute more than half of the company’s operating expenses. Cutting down on the annual expenditure on fuel can have a tremendous positive impact on the company’s profits.

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Five Reasons Why You Should Not Ignore Video Safety

Every fleet manager needs to safeguard assets, which include fleets and drivers. All fleet movements have potential risks that can be detrimental to the company’s reputation and finances. Hazards, such as traffic accidents, vehicle breakdowns, cargo damages, driver health and safety are among the most serious and expensive ones that fleet managers can face.

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Simply Sensors Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Track and Monitor

We’re in a new age where communication and management of workspaces can now be performed remotely. And with the advent of 5G, we’re beginning to see the real potential of smart technology and how it relates to remote solutions. The use of smart devices or connected sensors is now normalised in different industries. From manufacturing facilities to healthcare, many businesses utilise smart technology towards the advancement of services and better manage their customers’ needs.

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Asset Tracking Solutions for Small Businesses: 4G, Satellite or GPS, and Bluetooth

Asset tracking is as beneficial for a small business as it is for a large company with thousands of employees. It helps track the location of the company assets. And depending on the solution, it can also have added features, such as providing performance and value data. Using the data obtained from the tracker, small businesses can boost their efficiency and productivity.

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Personal Tracking: Finding the Best Tracking Device for You, Your Family and Valuables.

It’s quite interesting to look back on how we used to track things. Everything was manually done, including counting the items and writing the information in a logbook for inventory. Fast forward to several years later, the advent of GPS technology made tracking much easier with almost no human intervention. All you need to do is to check and use the acquired data for any purpose.

How to Protect Your Assets from Theft

How to Protect Your Vehicle from Theft

Almost every day, a type of motor vehicle gets stolen in Australia. The Australian Bureau of Statistics defines motor vehicle theft as “an incident where a vehicle was stolen from anyone.” In 2016-17, about 54,000 households experienced a form of motor vehicle theft.