Any company with a fleet of vehicles knows how important to it is to track them. The Spy Matrix GPS can help any savvy and cautious business owner keep track of his or her vehicles. Additionally, because this tracking device is reasonably priced, it is possible to outfit your entire fleet with GPS devices that law enforcement and military personnel use for surveillance and to protect their vehicles.
Global positioning system (GPS) technology was first used by the military in the 1980s, but since then has evolved into high-tech use by a number of ordinary citizens. It has even become so inexpensive that nearly anyone can afford to buy a Spy Matrix GPS system. This protects cars from thefts (the device can help you catch up with thieves within 24 hours) and it can even protect businesses from employee abuses that can cost money. It can also provide emergency help.
Most GPS trackers like the Spy Matrix GPS also come with panic buttons. These can be pressed and they alert someone at headquarters of an emergency. This way, even if the person in trouble cannot make a call, he or she can be located using GPS, and possibly reached by emergency personnel before it is too late. This protects employees and it shows them that the company cares about employee well-being.
Another thing that can be of use to businesses is using the Spy Matrix GPS to track employee movements in company cars. Not only can you see where your company car is at the moment (and how fast it is going, and in what direction), you can also look up where the car has been. Did your employee take a side trip to run personal errands? The Spy Matrix GPS can tell the tale that employees may not want to tell you. This can save you money, what with rising gas prices and time lost. After all, you pay your employees to work for you, not to make a trip to the store.
Know exactly where your vehicles are, whether they are personal cars or belong to a company fleet, with help from the Spy Matrix GPS.
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This article was posted on October 07, 2005