Mobile Control collects GPS location and other data using a small hardware device installed in your commercial vehicles. The information is sent frequently over a secure cellular data network to our network operations center, where the data is processed and sent over the internet to your online Mobile Control account. From there, you may view your vehicles’ location, set up and receive alerts on activities, build reports on historical activity, and much more.
We realize there are a lot of choices for GPS vehicle tracking, and choosing the right provider can be a confusing and overwhelming process.
At SageQuest, we pride ourselves on providing the best overall experience in the marketplace for customers, which means:
If you feel like all GPS vehicle tracking providers are the same, you haven’t worked with SageQuest. We’ll happily put you in touch with customers operating businesses like yours and have them explain why they chose SageQuest and what the difference means for them.
Our competitive pricing is based on the overall size of your fleet along with other factors. Our system uses real-time GPS tracking, which includes a price for the hardware device and installation, along with a monthly monitoring fee per vehicle. Our pricing can be bundled in ways to suit your needs, and we offer both purchase and lease options for our hardware device. A SageQuest representative can discuss all options available and provide a complete quote along with a ROI calculation for your fleet.
There are many ways that our customers realize return on their investment. While each one of our clients has a unique business, the most common feedback that we receive is that the product helped reduce expenses (fuel & payroll) and increase productivity (more stops per day, more billable time). Our product has an immediate impact on organizations and typically provides a ROI within a 6 month time period. When comparing solutions, make sure that you have an apples-to-apples comparison for both price and ROI, with the ROI calculation based on conservative factors relevant to your business.
A SageQuest representative can create and send you a personalized ROI calculation. Contact us for details.
For a demonstration of our product and services, select the Request a Demo link at the top of the Web site, or call (888) 837-7243 to speak with a SageQuest representative. The product demonstration is typically done utilizing a web conferencing service; however, in-person demonstrations can be arranged at your request.
It is important to take the time to view several demonstrations. GPS vehicle tracking applications all provide similar information, but the look, feel, ease of use and system capabilities vary greatly and impact how effective the system will be for you
Mobile Control can be customized to present data in either US customary system or metric units.
Mobile Control currently works within the United States and Canada.
SageQuest is sold and serviced throughout the US and Canada, offering a network of certified installation technicians and representatives located in several key markets, spanning the continent. For a sales visit or product demonstration, please contact us and a representative will assist you.
GPS vehicle tracking devices usually only work with a single solution; in some cases, we have the ability to reprogram the devices and activate them on the SageQuest system. For more information and definitive answers, please contact us at (888) 837-7243
The device is installed in a secure location in the vehicle, usually underneath the dashboard or behind an access panel in the vehicle. The exact location of the hardware will vary depending on your vehicles’ year, make and model.
The SageQuest devices do not require an external antenna on the vehicle. There will be a small GPS receiver usually placed on the dashboard of the vehicle. This provides the best coverage and reception for the device. In some cases the antenna can be embedded underneath the dashboard.
The GPS vehicle tracking device is approximately 2.5" (length) x 2.5" (width) x 0.75" (tall)
We’ve developed a step-by-step best practice for implementing our GPS vehicle tracking system with new customers. We will work with you to assist with employee introduction to our system, hardware device installation, all user training, and all your ongoing service and support needs.
After receiving all of the necessary paperwork, the turn around time is approximately 2 to 3 weeks. We typically will come to you and perform the installations on-site. This takes about 45 minutes per vehicle and we are flexible with installation scheduling. Once installation is complete, we schedule a training session for your users, after which you have complete access to your account.
Mobile Control includes real-time mapping & routing, detailed activity reporting, including carbon footprint and fuel reports, alert notification, and vehicle maintenance tools. This system is supported by our US-Based customer care team.
Our mapping solution provides both street and satellite views. Our street and road information is updated for accuracy approximately every 90 days at no charge to our customers.
SageQuest includes anytime access to a minimum of 5 users on standard accounts. Depending on the number of units purchased, additional users can be added for a nominal fee.
Our system integrates with several population workforce management and dispatching systems. Learn more about our software partners.
SageQuest also offers a customizable solution utilizing our unique web services capability. This capability allows us to send data to a client’s application, for additional reporting or mapping capabilities, or receive information from a client server to be displayed within our base product.
To find out if we can integrate with your existing software, call us at (888) 837-7243
Real-time tracking means that the system is always active and automatically providing updates to your account on the status of your vehicles in frequent intervals. This is much different than a passive system, which requires you to manually download information from the vehicle when it returns to your facility.
A plot is the packet of data sent by the GPS vehicle tracking device over the cellular network to our operations center. The plot contains information about the vehicle’s location, speed, directional heading, ignition and idling information.
The term ping refers to a manual request of updated information from a vehicle. The ping allows the user to receive this information in addition to the normal update intervals.
Refreshing refers to the information displayed on Mobile Control’s map. Mobile Control refreshes the map data every 30 seconds.