Azuga’s founding principle was ‘Go from Gotcha to Attaboy’. There are enough GPS Tracking solutions out there that focus exclusively on the gotcha. We’ve always had a rewards platform to reward your top drivers. This platform requires you to fund the program, run reports every week or every month to identify top drivers, push a button to send the rewards and check if they have been redeemed.
Now, we’ve made it even easier. We’ll do all the work of identifying the top drivers, pushing the rewards, verifying that the driver redeemed it and then reporting back to you.
Determine how much you want to spend on your awards program, then determine how often to allocate rewards. Make sure the incentive you offer is fair and exciting!
We handle this part for you. We’ll take all of your drivers’ scores and determine the best. Then, we’ll send that information to you.
At this stage, you approve the winner and their rewards.
Azuga takes care of issuing the rewards for you. This process is automatic; you don’t have to worry about anything!
Your drivers are satisfied with a job well done and feel appreciated for their hard work. They feel empowered to continue their good driving habits moving forward.
At Azuga, we believe that this sense of overbearing management has brought tension to the manager/driver relationship and has likely contributed to an increase in the already very high turnover rate of drivers in the fleet industry. To solve the issue, we’re taking an all-new, social approach to telematics.
The big question is how do you deploy telematics in a way that gets workers interested in smarter driving, rather than turning them off by making them feel like they are the problem. The benefits of telematics for fleet tracking are well-proven, but when rolled out without due planning and without buy-in from the people behind the wheel, the results can be mediocre and you can end up with unintended cultural consequences.
The answer is gamification and rewards. Gamification motivates workers to participate in the safety program by making smart driving a social, fun, and competitive aspect of your culture and a crucial part of how team members interact. Social telematics and gamification help your drivers change behavior for the better and is more inviting for your team because it feeds on the innate enjoyment of playing, competing, and winning.
Driver Rewards allow your fleet business to track your drivers’ performance and incentivize them to drive safely. Driver safety is a top priority, and driver rewards are a part of creating the safety culture we discussed. Tracking safety scores and giving driver rewards are excellent ways to get drivers involved in their safety and keep them engaged in your fleet’s safety policies and regulations. Learn why Azuga’s driver scoring and rewards program is essential and other ways you can incentivize safety in your fleet.
Based on these safety scores, driving behavior is then classified as:
"Drivers have become accustomed to Azuga, are mindful of their driving behavior and the scores have improved dramatically."
Operations Manager, Air EngineersRead Story
"We are a family run and co-owned business. I trust my technicians, but Azuga helps me verify the information and encourage better driving habits."
President & Co-ownerRead Story
With Azuga, we completely reversed our situation. Now we not only talk about safe driving but also document it. That has made a difference and resulted in improved safety of our clients and lower insurance costs for us. We like to consider it as a win-win situation.
CEO, Family Service FoundationRead Story
Azuga offers rewards in the form of gift cards to your employees’ favorite local restaurants, shops, and activities. They can enjoy all of their favorite things through your rewards program!
We send your drivers their rewards either to their mobile app or email. Then, we verify that they’ve received it and when they’ve redeemed it.
We send a report every time rewards are received and redeemed. The amount rewarded is shown on your invoice, not as a separate charge.
A driver’s behavior is determined based on their safety score. These scores are calculated based on driving events that occur when your drivers are behind the wheel. You can learn more about how safety scores are determined by downloading our guide.