- Free Equipment
- Flexible Agreements
- No Hassle Installation
- And much more!!!!
Great companies are run by great employees. Finding and holding on to those great employees starts with creating a great company culture. Let’s face it any run of the mill fleet management software can tell you what your vehicles are doing and where they have been, but the missing piece is WHAT’S GOING ON INSIDE THE VEHICLE???
Azuga is the first rewards-driven GPS solution, enabling you to transition from a ‘gotcha’ culture to a ‘great job’ culture by combining work management features (such as job forms and time cards) with rewards-driven telematics that offers complete driver transparency, comprehensive driver scorecards, and one-click rewards for top drivers. Empowering employees with rewards-based goals instead of punitive notifications and meetings can affect the entire workplace culture and positively impact customer service.
On average, a wreck costs employers $22,000 plus $110,000 per injury, not including impacts on workers comp, vehicle insurance, and other operating costs. Azuga offers unique solutions to monitor, measure and prevent unsafe driving.
“When drivers compete for a safer fleet, everyone wins!”
Gamification can get everyone to win
Azuga launched a rewards platform to enable its clients to give small, frequent incentives as an effective means of driver engagement. One of the questions we asked ourselves was ‘How do we make gamification last more than 4 hours’. We know this novelty is going to wear off. How do we keep driving engagement? The answer was in building a driver rewards platform that HR or a Fleet Manager can use to dish out bite-sized rewards for a job well done.
Not only incentives but deterrents also are effective when administered with speed. Some of Azuga’s clients have opted for in-cab feedback buzzers to warn the driver for aggressive driving.
Gamification can also have built-in features wherein a driver who makes the same kind of error several times is shown a specific tutorial video and answers a questionnaire. Over a period of time, your HR analysts can determine which kinds of tutorials have made the most difference to improving fleet safety and productivity.