Established in 1999, and a division of Verizon Telematics, Verizon Networkfleet is an end-to-end GPS tracking and telematics provider. With a robust online application Verizon Networkfleet provides an easy way for business owners to track fleet information, generate reports, track assets, and more, from anywhere in the USA and Canada, and at any time of day. With a suite of features available, Networkfleet can help track maintenance, organize fleet vehicles, and more. With these tools fleet managers and company owners can easily access important data whenever it’s needed.
For fleet maintenance, Verizon Networkfleet syncs directly with the vehicle’s main computer, allowing it to directly pull data related to mileage, fuel use, routine maintenance emissions, and a wide array of other reporting to understand overall vehicle health. Integrated GPS tracking provides a way for companies to keep an eye on the status of each vehicle. Business owners can easily use the system to see the location of each member of their fleet at any given moment, as well as view the condition of the vehicle and the current speed.
Within the savvy reporting application, companies can track vehicle and driver performance over a dedicated period of time with data stored for up to a year. As more and more data becomes available, managers can assess the overall performance of their fleet, and make any necessary changes to make better fleet decisions.
We recommend this system to companies of all sizes, from small fleets and companies, to large enterprises needing a fully scalable solution, as well as public sector organizations. As a web-based system, Verizon Networkfleet can be accessed from any device with an Internet connection, including tablets, smartphones, and laptops.
John from MSS Inc
Specialty: Transportation Equipment
Employees number: 2-10 employees
They were doing ok before a little overpriced GPS system but it was OK after they change the map from Tom Tom to Mapquest it's really the worse thing ever happened you will have the hard time getting satellite image on your vehicle and the map looks like shit. It looks like it's designed for 5 years old kids to play just not worth it. I wish didn't have the contract so I can sign with another company.
The Roadside assistance is worth it
The Map is not good
If they keep the Map Quest look for another GPS company.
David from CMC Concrete
Specialty: Stone / Concrete
When it is working it tracks the vehicles well. Additionally the roadside service is a nice feature.
Customer service sucks. Very hard to get someone on the phone.
Go with another company that has better customer service. Eventually something will break and when it does your frustration will be magnified by your inability to reach a human.
Rick from Hoodz franchisee
Specialty: Restaurant Equipment & Supplies
Nothing! For five years the service was everything that you would expect, then Verizon took over the company.
Customer service is terrible. No internal communications inside the company. Everyone contradicts each other.
Try fleetmatics. Our vehicle drops off the map on a regular basis and is difficult to track.
Judi from E rodgers Transport
Specialty: Transportation Equipment
The product is GREAT! Not one complaint. Would and have recommended to others. However, the customer service depart is terrible. Wait times are ridiculous! No one seems to know what they're doing.
CUSTOMER SERVICE. Worst people I have ever dealt with. Wait times exceed longer than 15 mins. No one knows what they are doing or talking about.
None! Software is perfect. Top Notch! Customer service is HORRIBLE!!!