Company History

A recognized leader in transportation, technology products and services as well as being known for creating strategic visions to achieve business goals, Barry Gilbow and GPS Autotracker Inc. offer a unique blend of executive acumen, team building and transportation solutions development credited with strong ROI and operational improvement throughout numerous transportation companies and sectors. Barry Gilbow has built a strong reputation with the companies he has consulted and has consistently delivered results by aligning technology, service and operational initiatives with business goals producing substantial improvement to service, standardization, loss avoidance and business performance.

Barry began his career as a consultant one of the leading GPS manufacturers. GPS-based fleet management solutions initially hit the market. Having achieved success in this exciting industry, he became well-versed in hardware, software, systems integration, and project implementations. With the proven ability to communicate at the highest level in any organization, his honest and open style has made him a well-respected consultant in the trucking, transportation, field service and leading-edge wireless solutions markets.

As new fleet services and solutions have become readily available, it is more important than ever to understand not only how they work, but more specifically how to utilize them to the fullest potential. With more and more fleet operators being tasked with doing more, with less available resources, his industry insights have proven valuable to organizations large and small, across the country. Barry has a real grasp of what is required to achieve an outstanding return on investment created from deploying fleet management solutions within this industry.

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The fifth benefit for the GPS devices is great for the “over the road” trucks for maintaining the timely delivery of the finished product to market.

The sixth benefit for the GPS devices would be for each manager to have their own log in to their fleet to properly manage just their division of trucks. They see exactly what is going with very close to real time mapping with just their trucks.

Probably the best benefit is the overall change in the behavior of the fleet when the drivers know there is a team behind them helping them do their job with all hands on deck managing the company’s products from farm to market.

In Conclusion, the decision to use GPS technology and GPS Autotracker Inc. has proven to be a very positive move on our part.

Our Customers say

  • Georges Inc

    We have been doing business with GPS Autotracker Inc. in Fayetteville, Arkansas for over three years.

    In this time we have developed a growing relationship that has greatly helped George’s Inc. save time and money in regards to our ever growing fleet of trucks.

    The number one benefit for the GPS devices began with a large check for the IFTA fuel tax refund that was retroactive for three years. This effort funded the GPS initiative. GPS Autotracker Inc. offers software that prepares the IFTA quarterly report for rapid “print, sign and send” process.

    The number two benefit for the GPS devices came in the form of split timing ability to keep the production facilities full of birds to process. The cost for the facility to be out of birds is a large amount of money per minute. The ability to pull in the closet truck with the largest portion of a complete load allows us to rarely be without birds to process.

    The number three benefit for the GPS devices comes with the loss prevention in the case of an accident.

    The GPS allows us to drill down to the minute by minute sequence of events leading to and including the accident. It has saved us thousands in showing the courts the degree of safety we instill in our drivers.

    The forth benefit is for the benefit of the farmer that calls with delivery issues. With the history we can show the place and time of drop off of feed to or from the farms. With Google Earth maps we can also tell new drivers turn by turn directions to the landmarks (farms).