May 13, 2011
Over the past few days, we have talked about a few simple things fleet fuel managers can do to avoid costly mistakes. Today, we are talking about. . .
4. Assuming Management Knows What You’re Doing
The Problem- Fleet reports don’t always make it to upper management without being lumped into larger budgets, so fleet managers shouldn’t be afraid to let the boss know what they’re really accomplishing.
The Solution- When it comes to the big budget reports on your company’s bottom line, the guys at the top understands one thing: savings. If you can tell management that you’ve saved their fleet 15% on total fueling expenses, they’ll stand up and take notice.
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