Automated key management systems used in motor pools and other vehicle fleet operations are an effective tool for helping to improve efficiencies in fleet practices. Along with other new technologies that lead to fleet management best practices, fleet key control enables management to regulate and track vehicle usage and ultimately to contain costs.
Owners of automotive dealerships are making difficult choices to survive the economic downturn. In addition to being more creative in their sales approach, dealership administrators are strengthening customer service and inventory security.
At corporate headquarters for insurance companies, a variety of methods are used to help protect assets and information. Whether it’s employee payroll data or personal identification information on policy holders, controlling access to areas where sensitive material is stored or used is mandatory, and one of the most effective solutions is a key control and key management system.
Advanced vehicle fleet management strategy requires a range of high-tech solutions such as mechanical diagnostics, vehicle tracking systems and intelligent software programs. Along with these tools, a key control and management system can help maintain the security of the vehicles while also providing data that can be used to improve operational efficiencies.
Applications for key security and asset management are limited only by one’s imagination. In any situation where there is a need to control access to keys or other small valuables, a key security system can be deployed. One of the most common and practical implementations though is in the automotive industry.