FSGB introduces bespoke dashboards for clients
Fleet management specialist Fleet Service Great Britain has launched new intelligent integrated dashboards to enable clients to access every single aspect of data on their fleet and drivers to drive down operating costs and ensure compliance.
The technology has been introduced under the firm’s Achieve driver compliance programme and is designed to “inspire fleets to Achieve better” by delivering all critical information across all key operations in easy-to-understand numerical and graphic formats, while simultaneously highlighting action areas. This include information on vehicle acquisition and disposal, Vehicle Excise Duty, servicing and MoT information and motoring-related fines incurred by drivers.
Clients can manipulate the data and compile customised reports as well as view consolidated information on any single vehicle and driver or group of vehicles and drivers.
The new dashboards join the maintenance management and crash management portals that arrived late last year. These also identify critical information, including vehicle pence per mile costs and vehicle servicing and maintenance data providing in-depth trend and predictive analysis and aiding compliance for the maintenance management service. Meanwhile the crash management portal brings indepth information on the types of crashes drivers are having, a heat map of incident locations and crash data by day, time and driver.
Marcus Bray, head of sales at Fleet Service GB, said: “Previously all information was available by reports, but Fleet Service GB’s dashboards have transformed data access to provide customers with an unprecedented view of all key information in simple formats.
He added: “Many fleets have key vehicle and driver information recorded in separate silos. The Achieve dashboards integrate all information to give complete 360-degree visibility across all operational and performance areas relating to both vehicles and drivers giving one version of the truth.
“Crucially, the dashboards do not just provide data but also flag-up action areas. That means Fleet Service GB is not only providing vehicle and driver information, but interpreting it and so highlighting areas whether in respect of individual vehicle costs that need to be tackled or driver performance that needs to be improved.”