The teams module located in the dashboard is where you can group managers, drivers and vehicles into different teams.  Managers with access to the dashboard can then choose which teams to follow. Whip Around will only show them analytics and leaderboards for their chosen teams that they follow. This can also be done on an individual driver and vehicle level as well. 

To help you understand the capabilities of teams, here is a working example. 

ABC Logistics is transport company with 300 commercial vehicles. They operate 7 depots throughout the west coast of the USA. Their Head Office is in Seattle.

Nathanial Whilliams is a transport manager for ABC Logistics in Los Angeles. He managers a fleet of 15 metro pick up and delivery vehicles and has 10 linehaul vehicles visiting his depot each day.  He has 20 drivers reporting directly to him for his metro fleet and 12 linehaul drivers indirectly reporting to him for the linehaul fleet. Nathanial is set up in Whip Around as the Manager of the Los Angeles Depot Team.  Within this team he has the 20 metro drivers and 15 metro vehicles sitting directly under this team.  He is automatically following this team and will receive the alerts, analytics and leaderboards for all the team members. 

Nathanial also needs visibility across the linehaul vehicles and drivers that visit his depot each day to be compliant with the local health and safety laws. The therefore also follows the individual linehaul drivers and vehicles. 

Julie Agnus is a Health & Safety Director for ABC Logistics and works out of the Head Office in Seattle.  Julie needs visibility across all 300 vehicles and 7 depots that the company operates.  Julie is not set up as a direct manager in Whip Around. She is set up as a normal user and can login and view individual teams, drivers and vehicles along with groups of teams or the entire company. Whip Around gives managers the flexibility to decide which groups within the company they want to have visibility across.

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