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Connectivity has been transformative, but it is just the first step toward the digital transformation of fleets and fleet-based businesses.

One of the many key benefits of having a connected fleet is the ability to track vehicle location and performance data, allowing managers to streamline processes like dispatch and routing, while improving vehicle maintenance, fleet safety, and driver behavior. In recent years, an abundance of fleet data and advancements in technology have also allowed for the more sophisticated use of fleet telematics data. Predictive analytics can be used to anticipate maintenance needs and schedule repairs before they become a major issue. Connected vehicles can also be used to track inventory and monitor cargo conditions, making it easier to manage logistics and reduce delivery times. The next horizon of the digital transformation of fleets is incorporating automation in today’s manual workflows, making fleet management cheaper, faster, and better.

ABI Research conducted an in-depth survey of 300 fleet professionals, deriving insights and actionable intelligence for fleet-based businesses looking to digitally transform fleet operations. In this whitepaper, ABI Research provides comprehensive insight into how fleet management will be transformed by deploying automations positioned as “digital workers” using fleet management insights as real-time triggers for workflow automation.

Download the whitepaper to learn more.

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