Unified World offer a vehicle tracking system which boasts a number of varying products, all designed to suit a range of different needs that customers may have. Each solution, whether for fleet purposes, classic or prestige cars, is bursting with different innovative features and a choice of simple to understand payment options, all of which have been specially tailored to suit a number of different business needs.
Customers can access their vehicle tracking system, anywhere in the world, at any time, allowing them to track and report live on their fleet. The system does not require any proprietary software to be downloaded, as it is a true live web based gps tracking system.
Vehicle tracking gives you access to a full suite of reports, including asset management, time sheets and out of hours. Customers can now also keep track of their fleet costs and administration through the intelligent asset management tool. Email alerts allow customers to manage and schedule their fleets' insurance, road fund licence, MOT and servicing requirements whilst keeping businesses fully compliant with the law, at all times.
The hardware is fitted professionally by our specialist engineers on site or at a suitable convenient location to minimise downtime.
Full training is provided to ensure that each user gains maximum benefit from the system, in addition, a comprehensive 'help section' is viewable on the system. Vehicle tracking can take your business to the next level and one that enables your company to take those vital business decisions faster, with the knowledge to back them up, ensuring businesses increase productivity and profitability.
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