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How to Use Technology to Improve Your Workplace Productivity

How to Use Technology to Improve Your Workplace Productivity

High productivity is crucial for every business. We all, as business owners or employees, know it. However, the survey of the Bureau of Labor Statistics states that there has been a consistent drop in workplace productivity in almost all sectors – nonfarm and manufacturing. The decrease in productivity was seen when smartphones became prominent and are becoming an integral part of today’s daily life. With this, a question is rising that Is the use of technology causing the sharp decline in workplace productivity?

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How Connected Tech Can Save Fleet Managers Time and Money

How Connected Tech Can Save Fleet Managers Time and Money

Using machine learning, a system that can tap into the full array of data uploaded by a connected vehicle can do a better job of reading the true, current state of a vehicle’s systems, thus avoiding a situation where those problems put a vehicle out of commission.

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The Evolving Workplace

The Evolving Workplace

Digital technology continues to profoundly shape every aspect of our work. The ability to now deliver products and services at unprecedented speeds in the never-ending race to gain competitive advantage has compelled CEOs to reassess how work gets done across all departments. This, in turn, is radically redefining what we’ve come to think of as the ‘workplace’ – a term once confined to the physical location of a business, but now extends to include an ever-changing, complex mix of technology and people as part of a “workplace profile.”

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10 reasons fleets should use telematics

10 reasons fleets should use telematics

How idling and other costs can be saved by using available technology.  “With the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate in the books, mobile devices in vehicle cabs are now commonplace,” explained Gina Daniel-Lee, VP Strategic Alliances and Partnerships at Stratix Corp. “These phones and rugged tablets can help fleets distinguish themselves from the pack by leveraging telematics technology that takes a big bite out of waste and boosts profit margins every day.

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ATA president tackles trucker safety

ATA president tackles trucker safety

Chris Spear, president and CEO of the American Trucking Associations (ATA), hopes to see reforms in trucker safety involving hours of service (HOS), the adoption of new technologies, as well as a crackdown on opioid use.

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