On Wednesday March 4, Nikita Udhwani, Fleet Forum’s Delivery Director will talk about strategies to cope with report overload.


Picture this: Your office recently acquired vehicle tracking and fleet management system. You looked at the reporting capabilities and you set up all kinds of alerts and automated reports via email to help you manage your fleet.


Now you receive more than 50 notifications and emails per week. Is this really helping you? Probably not, rather it gives you the illusion you are controlling fleet performance.


How can a fleet manager use such systems in a way that truly helps him or her manage performance? In this webinar, Fleet Forum will show you how to:

  • Identify reports that support your management processes and objectives.

  • Adopt strategies to sift through your data and make it useful.


By joining this webinar, you can learn how to stay focused, cope with report overload and use your time to have a meaningful impact for your organisation.


We’ll be running the webinar twice, at 10.00 and 14.00 (CET) / Spots are limited!

For the 10 am webinar:

For the 2 pm webinar:

Do you have questions for Nikita? Ask them here. 

Nikita manages delivery programmes within Fleet Forum and supports organisations to implement global fleet management solutions, such as fleet management assessments, strategy development and execution and capacity building activities. In recent years, Nikita has been involved in numerous fleet management projects with Catholic Relief Services, UNICEF, International Rescue Committee, World Health Organization and Save the Children.


In addition, she has been responsible for the development and roll-out of Fleet Forum’s Driver Recognition Programme and Knowledge Platform. Nikita holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a professional certification in Change Management.


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