Fleet Management Business Plan
“I want to focus the united company behind that goal, give the company a clearer profile,” he told Reuters.
“It’s true that today it’s a more bumpy ride, but that’s what we like, that’s what we’re good at.” Some analysts have said that Tom Tom, which is debt-free but barely profitable, will be relegated to third place in its main market.
Fleet team members knew they needed more technicians to achieve the desired turnaround times, but they couldn’t add staff without adding dollars to the existing contract.Included on the team were division heads, the city controller, and the deputy controller, who Campbell said were key to gaining buy in.“If you have several top officials in your city helping to write the business plan, it helps you to be able to sell the case to bring it back in house,” he explained.Tom Tom said it has begun a strategic review of its telematics division, which helps businesses to save money by using software to monitor and improve the performance of their car and truck fleets and has been valued by analysts at about 700 million euros (0 million).Chief Executive Harold Goddijn said the threat posed by Google played no role in Tom Tom’s decision and the company wants to concentrate on selling navigation, traffic and other software to carmakers.Putting together the business plan required an even deeper dive into fleet data to support the need for in-house maintenance.A key factor of the business plan was costs — both the cash outlay and the potential savings.“We’re projected to save 0,000 right off the bat,” Campbell said. Campbell said it was an effort involving extensive planning and countless decisions, large and small. Even before bringing maintenance in house, the City of Fort Wayne fleet team knew a lot about its fleet.For instance, staff members knew they needed very specific turnaround times to improve fleet availability.While Campbell and team knew all of this data, the one thing they didn’t actually know was the technical staff. ” Those conversations (and there were many) spawned the important next step: writing a business plan.Because the city’s fleet team was only allowed to talk to management for the outsourced company and not directly to the workers on the shop floor, they missed out on interactions that could have resulted in improved performance, greater efficiency, and reduced costs. The management team met weekly to map out its “new business” of in-house parts and maintenance.