Sarah Heil

  • We’re living in an on-demand world. Today’s consumers can replenish their refrigerators, order dinner, request a ride and even cue up a new movie to immediately watch with just a few clicks. But those goods and services must get from A to Z, forcing companies to decide whether to build out a delivery service, or…

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  • Food and beverage fleets are pinched by two significant challenges when introducing driver-facing technology. The first is retention. As reported by Food Logistics, more than four out of five food and beverage fleets have turnover of above 25%. For one-third of fleets, the turnover is at least 50%. High turnover means high rates of driver replacement, and every new driver must be trained on the systems. The other significant challenge is the age of the industry’s drivers. Also as reported by Food Logistics, virtually every fleet in the food and beverage industry is staffed by drivers who average 40 years old or more.

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  • It’s difficult to discuss food trucks without resorting to adjectives as earthy as the diesel in their portable power generators. Try it. It always comes out as “the humble, authentic, grounded food truck.” Or “the simple comforts of genuine, hand-made grub.” And so on. But the entrepreneurs behind thousands of successful food trucks are more than just home-spun, self-taught combinators of fat, salt, and carbs.

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  • We are a data and technology company that helps mobile employees save time in their day and helps their employers save money through more accurate and efficient vehicle reimbursements. But what exactly does that mean? Simply put, we take the guesswork out of repaying your workers for the costs of day-to-day business travel and save…

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  • Thanksgiving has come and gone, and we’re in the heart of the holiday season. For most of us, this means less time on the road, at the office, or in meetings, and more time at home. And while I’m sure we could all use a little downtime, sometimes journeying home and spending time with family…

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  • Reimbursing employees who drive for work can be tricky business. There are many “moving parts” to consider, like volatile gas prices, maintenance costs, insurance premiums, and taxes, just to name a few. To further complicate matters, wasteful reimbursement strategies have become common practice for many organizations. Over the past eleven years, we’ve found that offering…

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  • If you’ve investigated vehicle reimbursement at all, you have likely come across “FAVR.” FAVR, which stands for “Fixed and Variable Rate”, is an IRS revenue procedure that can be used to reimburse mobile employees tax-free for both the fixed and variable costs associated with driving for business. Put simply, it is the fairest, most accurate,…

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