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Total Motion creates new client hub using ‘Uber-style’ tech

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Total Motion has introduced a new client Communications Hub for fleets, helping operators to cut downtime and costs and increase compliance.

Total Motions says the Communications Hub will save clients time, money and also protect them from potential legal action

Aimed at both traditional fleets and those running ‘grey fleet’ vehicles, the new software system is the result of two years’ development and more than £1m investment and will dispense with the need for emails and telephone calls, as all communication and reporting can be done via the new portal.

The new system – free for all of its existing clients – will also offer easy access via a PWA app, used by the likes of Uber, giving clients both online and offline reporting options; said to be unique compared to rivals.

It’s also been designed to help ensure compliance, permit track and trace on request and give the client backend access to the database.

Simon Hill, Total Motion managing director, said: “This ground-breaking new reporting system, which we have trialled with a number of clients, puts Total Motion in a different league to others in the fleet management industry.

“We looked at what our competitors were offering their customers and decided we wanted to offer ours something unique; a Communications Hub that will save them time, money and also protect them from potential legal action.”

Other benefits include the ability for the driver to do live real-time safety checks and report faults via the app. And the app will also push notifications and messages to the user.

Simon Hill added: “For our clients, those operating company fleets and those with ‘grey fleets’, it means they will receive a much higher level of service from the Total Motion team. Our app uses PWA technology, which is used by the likes of Uber, and importantly can be used to input data on and offline.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.