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Sword Dynamic Services reduces staff costs by 12% with vehicle tracking

Since adopting Ctrack Online across a fleet of 10 vehicles in January – made up of vans and a JCB digger – the company has reduced staff costs by 12% and increased productivity by almost 10%. As a result, Sword Dynamic Services is targeting a return of investment of more than £10,000 in the first year.

Sword Dynamic Services installed the solution following a strong period of growth, and was looking for greater visibility and control over its mobile resources and workforce to ensure construction teams arrived onsite on time and were meeting customer requirements.

Using the Ctrack Online web portal and Ctrack Mobi2 mobile tracking app, senior managers can now monitor the exact whereabouts of vehicles in real-time from both the office and on the move. The reporting tool enables the firm to verify timesheets and overtime claims by capturing and collating accurate working hours, helping the company to make payroll savings of 15%. Meanwhile, historical vehicle usage data is being used to monitor operational performance, which to date has helped achieve productivity improvements of almost 10%.

Sword Dynamic Services is also using Ctrack Online to identify any incidents of harsh or poor driving as part of its Duty of Care initiative, in particular to help the company police its zero tolerance policy to speeding.

Steve Lillis, director of Sword Dynamic Services, commented: “Ctrack Online is proving to be a valuable fleet technology solution that is improving our performance and helping us achieve significant efficiencies. The system is highly-functional and easy to use, while the Ctrack team is always on hand to ensure we can make the most of our investment. Moving forward, it will also support the expansion of the business as we open a depot in Manchester, employ new staff and grow our fleet.”

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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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