Monthly Archives: April 2013

Managing Vehicle Depreciation and Fleet Life Cycles

Depreciation is the single largest cost of managing a fleet, with maintenance coming in second. Learning to manage asset depreciation is key because even small changes in performance can reap huge savings or incur significant costs. Understanding Depreciation The formula … Continue reading

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Spring Maintenance Tips: Roofs and Masonry

After a long winter that saw some extreme weather, spring is the perfect time to do a thorough check of your facilities to ensure that they aren’t deteriorating or damaged.  For facilities, roofs, foundations, masonry walls and chimneys are particularly … Continue reading

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It’s Not Too Late! Early Bird Savings Still Available for Our Pro and Enterprise Vegas Seminars

Sign up today and take advantage of our early bird discount for ManagerPlus Enterprise and Pro product seminars in sunny Las Vegas! Enterprise Seminar, Tuesday June 25th & Wednesday, June 26 2013 Register by April 26th and you’ll save $199 … Continue reading

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Join the ManagerPlus Team!

ManagerPlus is excited to announce NEW job openings in the direct sales and technical support departments! ManagerPlus is a fast-growing company that offers a positive work environment and  fosters professional growth by helping employees develop their skills and maximize their … Continue reading

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Top Concerns for Fleet Managers in 2013

A recent survey of fleet professionals done by GreenRoad revealed that reducing the overall costs of fuel, maintenance and vehicle replacement were among their top concerns. Managers were also extremely concerned with driver retention and ensuring those drivers are productive and … Continue reading

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Identifying True Fleet Maintenance Costs

Last year, fleet maintenance costs per vehicle rose significantly in almost every way that matters. Rising maintenance costs, parts replacement and other expenses erased much of the gains seen from improved vehicle quality from manufacturers. Those increases only underscore the … Continue reading

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