Groups & User SecurityMatching Data Scope & Features to Users
Power of Grouping
User groups are one of the most undervalued features in an enterprise fleet management system. User groups enable GPS program managers to control which users can add, edit, delete or view information by editing the group and not the individual users. Across a large organization this is imperative to being efficient.
Groups are used to determine what a user can see and edit. A manager at the local level does not need to see vehicles tracking in Los Angeles. Additionally, groups are used to assign reports and alerts to so extensive distributions lists do not need to be created and maintained.
User Security Groups
Users can be limited to various parts of the fleet application by assigning them to user clearance groups. Custom user clearance groups can be created to fine tune the fleet management system to meet specific organizational and access needs.
- Efficient user security and system administration
- Remove menus which a group does not need access to
- Schedule reports for a group or individual
- Mass assign parameters to a group
- Schedule alert distribution to a group or individual
Group Structure for User security
Groups enable managers to see vehicles and assets at their level and below. With one change to a group, you can avoid having to change the individual permission of each user. This saves GPS program managers a huge amount of time.
Schedule Reports by Group
Scheduling reports is as easy as picking a group during report configuration. Image 500 employees and 5,000 vehicles which access the fleet management system and needs to be updated routinely. Having to touch each employee, driver or users becomes a full time job if the right tools are not available. By organizing reports, alerts, access and other aspects of the system, one change can be made at the group level which simultaneously updates many areas or users in one efficient step.
Alerts for Specific Groups
Groups are an essential element to managing access to organizational areas and specific trucks within those areas. Managers can see trucks at their level and below. The flexible nature of group creation makes this a feature a very powerful. With one change to a group, you can avoid having to change the individual permission of each user. This saves GPS program managers a huge amount of time.