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The Importance of Trust in Field Service Management

May 13, 2020 • Featureshealth and safetyDriver Behaviourfleet managementAlistair DobsonThink TankWhirlpool

Monitoring the driving behaviour of your fleet can have tangible positives for KPIs but negative affects culturally. Mark Glover spoke to Alistair Dobson from Whirpool about his approach to integrating a positive safety culture.When engineers...

Verizon Connect study reveals accident repairs cost small fleets £6,000 per year

Sep 14, 2018 • Fleet TechnologyNewsfleet technologyVerizon ConnectDriver Behaviourfield servicefield service managementfleet managementDepartment of TransportFleet Accidents

Research released last week by Verizon Connect has revealed that the average small to medium-sized fleet operated business in the UK faces a £6,000 repair bill each year due to traffic accidents. Compounding this expense, they also lose an...

Risk management drive helps Zip Water cut fleet insurance costs by more than £30,000

Sep 04, 2018 • Risk ManagementWEBFLEETWorkforce SchedulingDriver Behaviourfield servicefield service managementFleet Insurancefleet managementTomTom TelematicsUncategorizedOptiDrive 360Zip Water

Zip Water UK has revealed how driving performance data has helped the company manage fleet risk and cut annual insurance costs by more than £30,000.

Avoiding Mobile Resource Management Pitfalls and Driving Employee Engagement with Gamification

Sep 04, 2018 • FeaturesFleet Technologyfleet technologyGamificationVerizon ConnectDriver Behaviourfield servicefield service managementfield service technologyService ManagementSOftware ImplementationtelematicsFor DummiesMobile Resource ManagementManaging the Mobile Workforce

Our series of excerpts from the exceptional industry guide 'Mobile Resource Management for Dummies', which has been commissioned by Verizon Connect has so far explored Understanding Digital Transformation in a Connected, Mobile World ...

Improving driver behaviour...

Sep 07, 2016 • FeaturesFleet Technologyfleet technologyDriver Behaviour

Driver behaviour has become a key focus for many field service organisations but what are the key reasons for companies paying more attention to how their engineers are performing when on the road?

Pentalver cuts fuel spend by more than £50,000 by improving driver behaviour

May 10, 2016 • Fleet TechnologyNewsfleet technologyDriver Behaviourtomtom

Road transport specialist Pentalver is saving more than £50,000 a year by improving driver behaviour across its 107-strong Cannock truck fleet.

CTRACK HELPS ANGLIAN WATER CUT ROAD ACCIDENTS

Feb 26, 2016 • NewsCtrackDriver BehaviourTomTom Telematics

Have reduced road accidents by 14% following its initial deployment of CTrack vehicle tracking to 750 vans, Anglian Water is now rolling it out to a further 500 vehicles.

GAMIFICATION: PAVING THE ROAD TO DRIVER SAFETY

Dec 01, 2015 • FeaturesFleet TechnologyGamificationInstitute of Advanced MotoristsDriver Behaviourfield servicetelematicstrimble fsm

Gamification is helping fleet and field service organisations to engage and incentivise their drivers to become more safe and efficient on the roads, says John Cameron, general manager of Trimble Field Service Management.

Four in ten business drivers have had penalty points when driving at work

Nov 02, 2015 • Fleet TechnologyNewsmasternautroad safetyDriver Behaviourfleet

Almost four in ten business drivers have been given points on their license from work-related driving offences, according to research from telematics provider Masternaut...

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