Managing Employee transportation has remained a challenging area for many employers. In today’s world, many companies are not able to offer their employees the same advantages as before.

Since the inception of employee transport, many businesses have experienced difficulties in managing the various aspects of their operation.

Route Planning
Choosing the optimum route for your fleet is a significant task. You must examine a number of aspects, including

  1. Boarding point and time
  2. Availability of the driver
  3. Determining the right vehicle for the right route
  4. Allocating routes and more

Manually planning your routes adds to the process’s complexity and inadequate planning leads to unnecessary travel time and increases in costs. 

Maintaining Schedules
Making sure your fleet arrives on schedule is a difficult task. Maintaining boarding point or drop-point timings is also a difficult chore. A single automobile running late might have a domino impact on your whole transportation system. For example, you may designate one vehicle to transport personnel from one shift to the next. If the automobile fails to arrive on time, your next shift personnel will be late as well.

Increased Costs and Resources
These challenges ultimately raise up your expenditures and squander your resources. Drivers taking long routes and being re-routed due to traffic and barriers can also cause increased costs and efforts. Ineffective management leads to lesser utilization of resources. High costs, in the end, have an influence on your bottom line and reduce profitability.