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‘Pioneering’ new compliance management platform launches

New software developed to revolutionise the compliance management of commercial drivers and vehicles has launched in the UK.

The solution helps drivers and managers to collect, monitor and share data such as drivers’ hours, WTD, driver performance, defects & licence profiles

Designed by Convey Technology and hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform, the solution helps drivers and managers to collect, monitor and share vital data such as drivers’ hours, Working Time Directive, driver performance, vehicle defects and driver licence profiles. This includes purpose-built apps for both managers and drivers to manage drivers’ hours and WTD compliance.

It also provides operators with the tools to analyse and interpret such information, enabling them to manage their business more efficiently and effectively.

The Driver App also allows drivers to access their own data in a timely way, enabling them to identify and understand any current and future implications of potential infringements.

The system works off a shared database – enabling the entire suite of modules to be accessed through a single sign-on.  Any changes made on one module automatically transfer across others, providing enhanced efficiencies and negating the potential costly risk of human error.

The system has been launched by experts at Convey Technology including Steve Fisher – who was previously the managing director at Exentra and developer of the ‘Smartanalysis’ software – and Karen Crispe, formerly commercial director at the Road Haulage Association (RHA).

Steve Fisher said: “As a team with decades of experience within the logistics sector, we know better than anyone the complex issues faced by those within it and the genuine need for operators to have the tools available to manage their fleet and their drivers more effectively and efficiently.

“Our knowledge and expertise, combined with exceptional insight, passion for technology and commitment to the very best customer service, has seen us build our software platform from the ground up.

“We haven’t simply started from where others have left off… we’ve re-engineered, re-imagined and refined to deliver a solution that is truly revolutionary.”

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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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