TrackNet Case Studies About GPS Fleet Management

One of the toughest jobs for a forward-thinking fleet manager is “selling” leadership on the idea of telematics and GPS dash cam systems. Luckily there is plenty of data that proves telematics provides a fast positive return on investment (ROI).

Data is becoming a bigger driver of fleet decisions than ever before. Whether it’s big data or small data, fleet management is becoming more of a science. A study by C.J. Driscoll & Associates called the “2017-18 Survey of Fleet Operator Interest in MRM Systems and Services” observed:

  • Two-thirds of fleets have used a GPS fleet management system
  • Nearly 80% were satisfied with their systems 
  • Most fleets recouped their investment 
  • The small fleet market remained underpenetrated 

TrackNet is dedicated to providing GPS fleet management systems to fleet businesses. Many of our customers start out tracking their fleets and then move on to tracking all of their assets too. It’s a proven way to increase safety while also increasing profits.

See how our customers use our systems:


Within the first month, Campbell Oil started saving hundreds in fuel costs by reducing idle time, and Campbell expects these savings to increase over time. Meanwhile, the company has also reduced speeding, increased on-time deliveries, and improved driver safety.

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Hoffman’s main considerations in choosing an AVL vendor were to improve dispatching/routing of vehicles, reconciliation of time sheets with actual hours worked, and preventative maintenance. Hoffman also required the vehicle location and diagnostic system to have low startup costs, a wide range of features, strong customer support, and easy installation.


Since installing Verizon Telematics, Washington County’s EMS reports an average savings of $300 per month (or $3,600 per year) in fuel costs alone – despite higher gas prices. Telematics’ maintenance reminders have also cut costs by reducing replacement costs of brakes, fixing engine malfunction, and extending vehicle life span.


The Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center in Wichita, KS provides monthly transportation to more than 500 veterans and to hospital staff on job related work assignments. The hospital’s engineering department maintains a fleet of 45 vehicles that includes cars, vans, light trucks, an ambulance, bus, and RV. If a vehicle breaks down, getting help quickly is critical.


As it grew from a small regional trucking firm into a national carrier, TILI Logistics Corp. faced new challenges – harsh weather conditions, unfamiliar interstate highways, and roadside breakdowns thousands of miles from home. Since implementing Verizon Networkfleet across its vehicle fleet, the company can better protect trucks and drivers on cross-country routes while delivering shipments on schedule and keeping customers satisfied.


VoicePro provides telecommunications and IT services to the greater St. Louis area. A budding enterprise with eight service vans, the company struggled to control high operational costs that were choking its cash flow and limiting growth opportunities.