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How to buy fleet management products (eBook)

Download this EMS1 fleet management products buying guide to learn key steps for product selection, purchasing and implementation

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What makes your ambulance stand out from the rest? What about your support vehicles, staff cars and other response apparatus? Is it a unique patient compartment design, visible exterior colors or newer pieces of equipment that fill the cabinets? Or, perhaps, is it something more, something intelligent that makes your fleet stand out from the rest? We’re well into the twenty-first century, but does your fleet reflect this?

If your operations rely on paper mileage logs, maintenance scheduling based upon check engine lights and safety features that stop at seat belts, then it’s time to take your fleet to the next level. It’s time to turn your simple vehicle into one that’s smart – intelligent. This doesn’t mean that your ambulance needs to be a converted Tesla or call up Alexa (although, it wouldn’t be surprising to see either of those brands in the ambulance of the future).

Intelligence software in ambulances, fire apparatus, command vehicles, supervisor SUVs or even staff fleet cars doesn’t have to be a thing of the future – it can be a reality of today. A smart EMS agency can incorporate a number of advancements into its current lineup in order to turn its vehicle data into valuable operational analytics. It just takes the right partnership, products and people to make it all come together.

This EMS1 guide to buying fleet management products is a starting point to determine the best solutions for your agency, community and responders.

Included in this guide:

  • Things to consider before buying
  • Key implementation considerations
  • Questions to ask vendors
  • Company Directory

To download your free copy of the “How to Buy Fleet Management Products” Buying Guide from EMS1, fill out this form.

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