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Total launches new generation of fleet intelligence systems

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Total Accident Management, the Bath-based repair and claims management subsidiary of Helphire Group, has launched its real-time fleet management tool Total Intelligence.

Total Intelligence can be tailored according to the requirements of fleet operators including monitoring driving behaviour, proactive management of accidents and identifying fraudulent activity.

The system has been designed to provide detailed information including:-

•  Identifying incidents in “real time” – by alerting the fleet manager immediately when an incident has occurred and the severity of damage

• Notification of repair completion, keeping vehicle downtime and associated costs to a minimum

•  Identifying when a vehicle has been stolen and quickly recover it

• Collating data that can determine liability and protect fleets from fraudulent activity

•  Keep company car drivers safe and help businesses comply with the law and duty of
care requirements

•  Reducing fuel fraud by checking fuel fills against business/private mileage expense claims

•  Reduce a business’ carbon footprint and save money by monitoring mileage and driving performance of company car drivers

Developed to meet the growing appetite within the fleet industry for increasingly sophisticated technology to best manage fleets and associated risks, Total Intelligence has been developed in conjunction with Trak Global, the telematics supplier to the insurance and car rental industries.

Total’s sales director Sue Branston said: “Total Intelligence provides in-depth reporting enabling fleet operators to act according to accurate, real-time information including detailed tracking to ensure drivers behave responsibly behind the wheel as well as immediate alerts as soon as any accidents or penalties are incurred.

“The latest system has been designed to give the fleet operator the tools necessary to make informed decisions, plan effectively and factor in a wide range of influences. 

“As fleet operators come under increasing pressure to keep costs at a minimum and companies are required to adopt extensive corporate responsibility policies, so our systems need to adapt.”

The latest system also incorporates a number of features which enables fleet tracking and accurate measurement including driver behaviour scoring whilst technology includes Thatcham CAT 6 approved unit, Google mapping and odometer capture.

The system can also import information from external sources including fuel and sales and can integrate with other systems including the ability to configure with dashboards.

As well as delivering a suite of reporting functions, the system is also intuitive and is able to calculate ‘what if’ scenarios, such as if the price of fuel were to increase.

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  • Gary Fitzgerald - 14/11/2012 14:37

    What would be the cost to implement this system? Also would you have a demo video i could view?

    • Total Accident Management - 15/11/2012 09:40

      @Gary Fitzgerald - Thanks for your interest in Total Intelligence. You can give us a call on 0845 078 4157 and one of our staff will be able to tell you some more about costs and potential demos. Hope that helps!

  • John Smecker - 15/11/2012 21:08

    How does it identify an incident in real time and the severity?

  • John Smecker - 17/11/2012 21:35

    As I am interested in this concept , please can you answer my question? How does it identify an incident in real time and the severity? Also is this tracking unit made by Track Global , as many systems are just other companies systems , but white labeled ? What is the benefit of your tracker, compared to a another companies tracker?

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