GPS Fleet Tracking in North Carolina

Advanced Tracking Technologies Inc. vehicle GPS tracking solutions are available in New Carolina, as well as all of the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Here are a few reasons why our customers in North Carolina use ATTI’s Fleet Management Tools:

  • Digital Time Sheets
  • Optimized Routing
  • Enhanced Customer Service
  • Provide Proof of Service

What our customers are saying:


Russell Electric
Rocky Mount, NC

Prior to us using Advanced Tracking our employees would simply write down their start and stop times on each job and for each day. At the end of the week the time was compiled and totaled for pay purposes and all of the time was rounded to the nearest quarter hour. During this time we had no idea if the employees were actually at their assigned locations during the period that they claimed on their time sheets. We started off with the system and instantly saw major areas that we needed to change.

The units were installed so that none of the employees knew of their existence and during the first two weeks we found that employees “fudged” their time sheets as much as 2 hours per day. That totaled up to one “Phantom” employee gaining as much as 70 hours per week in pay. Advanced Tracking solutions isn’t a huge part of our business, but it is a huge part of the profits that we keep in the business.

GBUSA
Weddington, NC

Our waste management company implemented the use of GPS tracking on each of our trucks over three years ago. The systems have become an integral part of our everyday operations. Each morning a truck goes out we are able to determine if he covered every street on his route, when he was there and it prevents multiple return trips when the missed trash collection is the fault of the customer, not our drivers missing the cart.

I could not do our routes without these systems up and functional.

Useful Links:


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Carolinas Chapter


North Carolina Business Incubation Association


North Carolina Department of Commerce


Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina