Ben Muhlenbruch

Ready’s COVID-19 Response

Around the world, businesses are managing through the COVID-19 crisis and establishing the new normal, as we all adapt to new ways of getting work done. Ready Wireless has moved all Customer Service, Technical Operations, Marketing, Finance, Account Management, IT and Sales staff to a work from home environment.

Live Webinar: Launching a Successful Resale Channel

Do your customers sometimes deal with disrupted service, fiber cuts or downed lines? These common network interruptions can negatively impact quality of service, productivity, and even revenue generation for businesses that aren’t prepared. Ready Wireless, a telecommunications company tailored to enabling customers to the Internet of Things industry, presents a remedy for these issues in Ready …

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Ready Fleet Upgrade Release – August 2019

Every day we hear from customers the opportunities they see to improve their fleet management. The changing landscape related to driver availability, training, and risk management is top of mind too. We listened! Ready Wireless is excited to bring you these fresh, innovative enhancements to the Ready Fleet solution. Below we highlight a few of the questions our customers asked and the upgrades that solve their problems.

6 Fleet Manager Best Practices for a Safer Fleet

Fleet management involves multiple duties, from vehicle financing and maintenance to speed and fuel management. But the most important duty by far of a fleet manager is safety. Fleet vehicle accidents are extremely costly to a business—not only does it potentially involve human injuries and mechanical repairs, but also vehicle and driver downtime. Altogether, these things can become a massive financial and legal burden for the company.

Who in the Company is Responsible for Stopping Distracted Driving

Distracted driving brings with it a heavy cost. Distracted drivers are significantly more likely to be involved in accidents, which can quickly rack up high levels of property damage, personal injuries, and more. The average amount of property damage alone in an auto accident totals $7,500. When you add in permanent injuries and deaths, the financial toll rises quickly, often totaling in the millions of dollars. When you have a fleet full of drivers, however, who is responsible for stopping distracted driving?

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