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Class One enhances fleet safety with The Algorithm People

Class One Traffic Management Solutions has improved fleet safety and efficiency with the help of a new mobile application with integrated telematics.

Class One is enhancing its fleet safety and efficiency in partnership with The Algorithm People

Based in Scotland, Class One runs a mixed fleet of over 70 vehicles, mainly LCVs, and provides traffic management solutions to the construction and utilities sectors.

To help ensure efficient and safe management of its own fleet, the firm required mobile apps as a paperless solution to help its workforce carry out daily equipment and vehicle checks. The Algorithm People, a specialist in fleet management and route optimisation solutions, created a suite of mobile apps for Class One, tailored to the company’s specific needs.

Debbie Watt of Class One said: “We pride ourselves on providing safe and effective traffic management services to all of our customers. Ensuring our own vehicles and equipment are monitored efficiently is therefore of paramount importance. The apps make the daily checks easy for our employees to use, reduce paperwork and provide a digital record.”

The Stirlingshire-based company also required vehicle tracking with driver behaviour analytics to help it cut costs, improve productivity, and enhance road safety. The Algorithm People provided Class One with an integrated telematics and camera solution which is proven to reduce accident rates by up to 39%, improve fuel economy by up to 10% and reduce instances of speeding by up to 35%.

“The Algorithm People listened to our needs and provided bespoke mobile apps specifically designed to our requirements,” added Watt. “We are also benefiting from a comprehensive telematics package, which will help us to cut fleet fuel consumption and reduce road risk.”

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Written by 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.

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