Use Fleet Data to Determine Real Savings Opportunities

Fleet Data Mining

Digging for the right details when data mining will require you to use some creativity…and your own expertise.

AmeriQuest’s Frank Bussone, CTP, Director of Fleet Planning Services, recently wrote an article that was published in Monitor Daily, discussing the need to think creatively when mining available fleet data to optimize results…and realize savings. Every business is now dealing with the onslaught of big data; reams and reams of information from a wide variety of sources. Each industry has its own concerns and issues when it comes to organizing and analyzing data, including transportation.

When it comes to trucking fleets, whether you have years of experience or have never been involved in data mining; if you spend some hands-on time with your fleet data, you’re likely to find opportunities to cut costs and/or increase revenues. The key is not to just look at the numbers on their face value. Be creative. Explore the data in different ways. Use your experience and expertise and ask the right questions. This is how you may be able to determine the lifecycle of an asset…or the cost benefit of purchasing a warranty.

Knowing what to look for opens up a world of opportunity.

Find out what other important details you can determine by reading the full article.

Kate Freer

About Kate Freer

Kate Freer is Vice President of Marketing for AmeriQuest Business Services. In this role, Kate is responsible for AmeriQuest’s marketing and communications activities, including image and market development, corporate communications, media relations, brand management, advertising, and market research and analysis. She leads go-to-market strategy for AmeriQuest and its subsidiary companies.Prior to her current role, Ms. Freer served as Director of Marketing of AmeriQuest. She joined the company in 2004 as Marketing Manager, was promoted to Director in 2007, and subsequently promoted to Vice President of Marketing in 2012.Before joining AmeriQuest, Ms. Freer held various marketing, communications, and advertising roles in the publishing industry for Information Today, Inc. and the Courier-Post, a Gannett company.Ms. Freer holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Stockton University.

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