In a new strategic agreement, Brightmile have agreed a partnership with DriveTech to strengthen its propositions to fleets.
As part of the strategic deal, DriveTech will be able to offer its customers the Brightmile app to monitor and report on driver behaviour to help manage overall fleet risk exposure, as well as provide direct feedback to individual drivers based on their driving activites.
For Brightmile, customers who already use the app can now offer specific and tailored DriveTech e-learning interventions and further driver training coaching services to help improve driver behaviour.
Dominic Saunders, CEO at Brightmile, said: “Our simple to use app provides drivers with real benefits and the fleet controller with fleet-wide insights to support driver safety objectives. Adding in the ability to offer targeted e-learning training interventions from DriveTech based on our assessments of driver performance makes for a powerful combination.”
Leo Taylor, head of product solutions at DriveTech, said: "We believe that telematics has a significant role to play in the overall commitment to improve driver behaviour and road safety.
“Using the Brightmile app to help dynamically assess aspects of driver style and habits on an ongoing basis will enhance the ability to target specific DriveTech e-learning and other quality driving interventions. Improved road safety and reduced collisions are going to be the major benefits."
DriveTech will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary at Virtual Fleet and Mobility Live this year, where the company will be sharing its suite of new driver assessments and learning modules, all which can be carried out online.