Get a glimpse of the route followed by your team members.
Route Maps are pretty useful when you want to check what route your executive had followed. Whether he followed the scheduled course or was performing some other tasks while he was on-duty.
Many times users stops to perform their personal work during the office hours, which kills the official productive time and leads to them work overtime. Overtime is also a cost for the company, which can be saved if the user is performing at his peak.
Route Maps doesn’t portray an exact path followed, instead they give an idea of the route taken by the user.
If your team members are aware that you are also checking their route maps then they won't try to deviate from the assigned path i.e., a 10 Miles trip will be completed in 10 Miles and not in 25 Miles.