The 2016 Microlise Transport Conference Report is now available, recapping the events at Europe’s largest road transport conference. Download this report and gain access to analysis and insights from the day, including assessment of all the data collected from delegates and they answered questions put to them by speakers, covering topics like Brexit, the future . . .

Whitepaper: Improving Driver Engagement Through Gamification

Gamification is about learning and understanding what makes games successful, engaging and popular, then harnessing that knowledge to address everyday challenges. It is an idea that could have positive and pervasive implications for transport and logistics operators and those operating in the field service sector.

Whitepaper: Change Management – What You Need to Know

The technology is in place right now for transport operators to make significant savings and improve the customer experience. The ability to identify where changes are necessary then adapt and improve are vital to realising benefits, but it is not always straight forward. We’ve developed this short whitepaper which looks at change management and offers a . . .

Post-Conference Report: Microlise Transport Conference 2015

Following the Microlise Transport Conference, which took place on the 20th May 2015, our post-event report is now available. Download the report to gain access to this comprehensive insight into the road transport industry, with results and analysis on the topics discussed on the day during sessions from the likes of DVSA, Goodyear and Bidvest Logistics…

Guide: What are the Key Questions to ask a Telematics Provider?

When seeking a telematics provider, either for the first time or to replace an existing system, it is important to ask the right questions in order to identify both the best provider and the best solution for your business. This short guide, produced with the Road Haulage Association, looks at five key areas that should . . .

Whitepaper: The impact of telematics data on driver training

As the technology has evolved, detailed analytics are providing fleet managers with a much more sophisticated view of how vehicles are being driven in the field. By better understanding the impact of driving style on fuel economy, speed, vehicle wear and tear, safety, and environmental impact, fleet managers can design more effective driver training programmes . . .