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Eagle-i clinches £4.5m Homeserve contract

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HomeServe plc, the national home emergency services provider, has awarded a new long-term telematics contract to telematics provider Eagle-i to deploy its Monitor3 fleet management system across its national commercial vehicle fleet. 

The new fleet technology will target multi-million pound savings from improvements in fuel consumption of at least 10% and a cut in CO2 emissions of around 30,000 tonnes across HomeServe’s fleet over the term of the new contract. 

The award of the new contract, which has an initial value of £4.5million, follows a two-year relationship between the two companies which initially involved the implementation of 400 units across HomeServe’s property repairs businesses.

Guy Bruce, HomeServe’s commercial and business transformation director, said: “Eagle-i’s Monitor3 system offers us a clear means of achieving our major operational, commercial and environmental goals, including the significant opportunity to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions through better job despatch, route planning and driver speed awareness.”

Ian Walmsley, chief executive of Eagle-i, added: “This is a significant contract for Eagle-i and a valuable endorsement of both the new Monitor3 fleet management system.”

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