Report: Fleet Management Experts Survey

Using Data Analytics to Manage Growth, Meet Challenges, and Drive Electrification

2022 has been one of the most challenging years for fleets in recent history. Inflation is rampant. Fuel prices are skyrocketing. There is a labor shortage. Supply chain issues mean that new vehicles are not available and fleets are getting older. In turn, the residual value is going down while maintenance costs and total cost of ownership (TCO) are going up. Climate change is having an immediate impact on fleets, with government regulations restricting emissions and driving fleet electrification. With all these moving parts to monitor and manage, how can fleet operators maintain profitability going forward?

We conducted live interviews with fleet management experts to better understand their goals and priorities along with the challenges they are facing. 

Download the report to review their responses and understand how they planning to manage growth while maintaining operational efficiency to drive profits into 2023.