“We had a total of 6 accidents in the last 6 months that occurred when our employees were driving company vehicle but on their personal time - thank god no one got hurt” – shared a business owner (now an Automile customer) who struggled with the lack of visibility to prevent such a use case.
Good things happen in threes. Florida, the 3rd most populated US state, boasts the 3rd largest economy in the nation and the 3rd largest civilian labor force. Florida is simply a tremendous place to do business—and to run a field services business.
It’s the heart of 2016 tax filing season and you’re looking for all the deductions you can get, right? They’re like music to your ears that sounds a lot like the ring on a cash register or maybe even the 1973 Pink Floyd hit, “Money.”
IoT is an industry approaching adolescence. Well, that’s how Pitchbook describes it when evaluating the distribution of funding deals over the past several years. Seed rounds made up 29% in 2011 and rose to 46% in 2015, while series A rounds have accounted for a larger share year-over-year since 2013. Interest in IoT companies continues to rise, rise, rise.
What has the potential to impact everyone and everything, from the individual to the Fortune 100 Company? What’s transforming the way we interact with and learn from the items, objects, and tools we use in our daily lives and business operations? Why, it’s the Internet of Things (IoT), of course, an emerging technology sector generating some major enterprise investment activity.
Driving off in your vehicle is as easy as turning the ignition key, getting into gear, and working those pedals and steering wheel. Easy-peasy!
Safety and costs. They’re at the heart of vehicle telematics, especially when you’re talking about auto insurance. Simply put, a safer driver is a better risk. A well-maintained vehicle is a better risk. And a fleet operation that’s run like a well-oiled machine (well, isn’t it?) is kinder to the budget—across the board.
How do you know your customers are satisfied? a) They’re not complaining b) They keep buying from us c) We have the metrics to prove it
More and more SMBs, including almost all of Automile’s customers, rely on a variety of SaaS solutions to increase their productivity, optimize their data and workflows, and maximize their tech budgets. Cloud-based tools offer business owners inherent value—time savings and scalability, for starters—that make them ideal for fueling the success of their up-and-coming businesses.
The Internet of Things, or IoT. It sounds so complicated, doesn’t it? Like something really fancy for bigger companies with deeper pockets? Think again. It’s really not so complicated and it’s technology that’s within easy—and affordable—reach of SMBs. Here’s some helpful information to help you understand what all the fuss is about.