What is Telioz?In business, there is always the customer-driven goal of improving service to satisfy clients. Good customer service – like in the case of FMCG,
logistics and supply chain – involves efficient monitoring of crucial activities such as deliveries and all other transport of physical assets.
Besides the first three types of geofence described in the previous blog, here are three more geofences you would probably find useful in managing your fleet operations.
Monitored Zone. Without needing to make expensive phone calls, know every arrival and departure of vehicles in real-time. Drawing up monitored zone geofences helps you track the efficiency of your delivery system, the performance of your drivers, and the quality of your customer service. In the not-so-long run, you would definitely come up with strategies to correct the delays in your deliveries and regulate dwelling time.
Service Area. In many ways, this one is similar to monitored zone geofence but for one variation. This type of geofence follows an associative policy between the service area and the vehicle/s assigned to it. Arrival and departure alerts received in the ClicTraQ Uniconsole are distributed per service area. An arrival alert from a vehicle belonging to Service Area ABC would come out in the report of Service Area ABC, but not in Service Area DEF.
Inbound Marker. Set, for instance, a 500-meter radius setback from the monitored zone or service area. This way, you would know that the vehicle is arriving in a few minutes. This advanced info feature is quite useful for warehouses. If your warehouse manager knows that Truck_01 is arriving in 10 minutes, he can already command to move the next batch of deliveries to the loading bay. This means a lot in saving significant time especially for a short loading period of only 10 to 15 minutes.