Continuing on from my last article, I want to bring attention to our company sales philosophy.
No doubt you have heard this before: "If you build it, they will come." The quote was from the 1989 movie Field of Dreams. That idea is the basis for the 'Law of Attraction.'
Many top performing companies also have taken this approach at some point in their development. Companies like Google, Amazon, Uber, eBay and Apple.
Our focus has been to build the absolute best fleet management software on the market. Time and careful consideration was given to all dimensions.
- Ease of use
We did not take the lean startup methodology of getting a minimal viable product to market and then hire a large sales force to push mediocrity as best in class, only to then lock the customer into a hard to get out of contract.
Many companies in the fleet management space have sold you a bill of goods much to the chagrin of their customers. Our competitors are more than happy to tell you that they have the latest and greatest product on the market. In fact they are so confident they will call you daily just to let you know. At GPS Police we are diametrically opposed to this methodology.
Before our product launch in 2005 we spent years perfecting the system without even showing an elementary version to the market. We began with a solid foundation that could be built upon for years to come.
What has been the result?
GPS Police has been in business for 14 years and has grown year after year. 2015 saw tremendous growth positioning ourselves as a top performing industry leader in western Canada.
Here are some of the advantages you will receive with GPS Police.
- 100% Cloud-based– nothing to install or manage
- Use from any computer, tablet or smart phone
- Powerful features that are simple to use
- No contracts, lock-ins or hidden fees
- Free lifetime warranty
- Free equipment
Our product design philosophy is to be the best and emulate the best. This quote from someone who 'dented the universe' sums up our design philosophy nicely.
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” – Steven P. Jobs
To be continued...