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What telematic are you? 
The results! 
What you risk: 
- Never realizing its true potential 
you have not really figured i...
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Telematics quiz part 2/2

Telematics quiz part 2/2

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Telematics quiz part 2/2

  1. 1. What telematic are you? The results! What you risk: - Never realizing its true potential you have not really figured it out, for that matter. - Day-to-day operational problems dealing with too many different pieces of hardware and software, which results in extra work, cost overages and stress. What you risk: - Settling on standard indicators that do not fit your needs. - Moving away from your company's plan and becoming a victim of turn-key solutions. - Taking on investment that is over budget and significantly diminishing the project’s profitability. What you risk: - Becoming overwhelmed by the magnitude of the task, the workload and the investments. - The monthly cost per vehicle in a homemade system is estimated to be nearly ₠175, or close to ₠6,000 per vehicle for 36 months. - Without access to comparison data from your peers, you can only estimate the value generated based on your own data. Sources: Internal experts You eagerly jumped on the telematics “bandwagon” in the shipping industry, but you are clearly underestimating the investment and involvement telematics demands from your fleet. Your approach is not well planned and your objectives are vague. Tip: You need to make some choices and take on a project that will actually benefit your company. Telematics is a means to an end and you should determine what that end goal is. Get the most value by using the best partners to help you choose the right tools. You have realized that a modern fleet must have telematics. To make your work faster and easier, you trust your legacy suppliers and their turn-key services. This is the ideal starting point and you recognize the value potential of these tools. Tip: Regardless of the tools, you should never lose sight of the objectives in your company's goals. Your indicators and service providers should be chosen based on your objectives, the investments you can make and your own ability to generate the maximum value. You like doing things yourself. You have a specific plan – you know how to get it done and put together all the components to create a solution that perfectly fits your needs. You see telematics as having a very specific purpose and have determined the value it will generate. Tip: Avoid letting operational constraints take priority over the objectives of the company's project. By accepting professional help putting together a win-win plan, you will be able to stay focused on the objectives for both your core business and the telematics project. www.michelin-solutions.com

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