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TTC drives roll-out of risk management solution

Road safety and fleet risk management specialist TTC is investing more than £500,000 as it drives the roll-out of its new DriverProtect suite of services, including for SMEs.

 

TTC is investing more than £500,000 for its new DriverProtect suite of services, including appointing a new telesales team and a number of specialists.

TTC is investing more than £500,000 in DriverProtect, including appointing a new telesales team and a number of specialists.

Providing a full range of services covering fleet risk audits, policy management, driver licence checks, driver risk profiling and grey fleet management, DriverProtect is aimed at fleets of all sizes but Telford-based TTC Group is particularly focusing on ensuring smaller fleets are aware of the benefits of embracing work-related road safety.

This includes appointing a new telesales team and a number of specialists that will work with companies across the UK, supporting a suite of e-learning modules, as well as a team of trainers who are offering in-house workshops and on-road driver training.

This will be followed in early March by a new digital platform that will offer both driver and management portals, as well as integrated telematics to provide a truly tailored solution.

“SMEs are often the overlooked segment of the market and that has to change as any business that employs people has a duty of care to manage the health, safety and welfare of employees who drive for work, whether that is in a company vehicle or their own,” explained Andy Wheeler, business development director at TTC Group.

“DriverProtect offers a complete life cycle of services and products that can be used ‘off the shelf’ or can be tailored to an organisation’s specific needs. The challenge this year is to get the message out and secure in excess of £1m of new contracts. The opportunity is that big.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 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. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.