Gayle Smith

Gayle Smith
Gayle is the Industrial Content Writer at Computers Unlimited. When she’s not at her desk blogging about TIMS Industrial software, she can be found at her desk writing about Advanced Cylinder Management, and TIMS integrated mobile cylinder tracking solution. If she is not found at her desk, she can be found on the golf course.
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Recent Posts

Turn Your Trucks Into Mobile Profit Centers - Part 3

"Improved Productivity means less human sweat, not more."

Henry Ford

In Parts 1 & 2 of this series, we talked about some of the issues you might be experiencing with delivery such as the $40 slice of pizza showing the true cost of a driver going...

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A Resolution to Your Delivery Problems - Part 2

Doing the same thing the same way and expecting different results is, as we all have heard before, the definition of insanity.

In Part 1 of this TIMS Series, we talked about your delivery problems. This week, we are offering you some information...

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The $40 Slice of Pizza. What's Delivery Really Cost? - Part 1

Gas, along with maintenance and labor, are a big part of your fixed daily costs. But have you stopped to consider what your deliveries are actually costing you? Like the cost of routes that were unplanned, unexpected re-routes, additional add-on...

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See How Technology is Your Game Changer at FabTech

If you're wondering how mobile applications can make your business run much smarter and faster with the efficiency and affordability you've been waiting for, please stop by our booth (#C11923) next week at FabTech.

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Helget Gas — Investing in Their People by Investing in Technology

I recently spoke with Linda Fette, Vice President of Helget Gas, about methods they've incorporated to help their people succeed.

One of the many hats Linda wears is being a visionary for the progression of Helget's people and its processes. She...

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In Business and in the Community, TIMS Software Staff Makes a Difference

Meet Tara Schultz who is donating the time to mentor women in our communities who are interested in learning more about website and software development.

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