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Fleet operators need to have complete visibility of what is going on in their business in order to have full control. This is especially critical given the ever-increasing raft of legislation and best practice associated with vehicle and driver compliance.
Many fleets have multiple sites and different depots with potentially different levels of diligence and working practices. The risk of errors and compliance issues increases unless you have one system with a centralised view.
Employers face a raft of essential compliance governance requirements under legislation as well as obligations under road traffic law. What’s more, government agencies including the DVSA, DVLA and HMRC are increasingly turning to digitalisation to ensure all vehicle and driver-related records are, essentially, self-policed without manual intervention.
Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “There are no short cuts to legislative and best practice compliance. It is critical that fleet decision-makers have a holistic view of driver and vehicle compliance and have strategic reporting in order to make well-informed decisions.
“Not only is compliance critical from a legislative perspective, but it is also crucial in respect of corporate image, cost control and fleet efficiency.
Evans added: “Fleet managers can never have enough information at their fingertips. It is essential that systems are in place to collect, measure, manage and process all data into meaningful information that gives strategic intelligence, while simultaneously ensuring total legislative compliance.”
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