Fleet Management, Fleet Efficiency, Fleet Safety, Silent Passenger, Vehicle Tracking Solutions Vehicle Tracking Solutions (VTS) has recently deployed an additional module to their Silent Passenger® Fleet Management GPS platform: SP Driver Score Card.

The enhanced SP Driver Score Card is specifically designed to help fleet operators increase their profit, improve driver safety and reduce vehicle maintenance costs. Through the SP Driver Score Card configuration wizard, a proprietary algorithm allows fleet managers to monitor what they deem most important within their specific organization.

“The SP Driver Score Card module is specifically designed to capture analytics to help our customers monitor driver performance in real-time; therefore, addressing unsafe driver behavior before it’s too late,” said John M. Cunningham, President, and CEO of Vehicle Tracking Solutions. “This data will also assist you in coaching your drivers to ensure they are aware of driving habits that are left unchecked. In addition to the safety ramifications, improving driving behavior has a direct correlation to vehicle maintenance cost reductions. Our clients share this is one of those software solutions that is truly a win-win for organizations who are both cost reduction and employee safety conscious.” he added.

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Recently, Jack Williams Tire in Pennsylvania wanted a solution that reduces driver incidents and runaway costs. JW Tire instantly began analyzing key metrics and informatics that they could turn into actionable data to score and coach drivers. By taking steps to improve driver behavior on the road, they have seen an increase in profits and were able to save on their insurance premiums as well.

“What we noted within the first 30 days, was not only a sharp reduction in incidents but also that the nature of those incidents no longer involved speeding and damages were now minimal. Plus, the drivers were finding they needed to fill their tanks less frequently. We could not have done all this without the help of the VTS,” said Alex Mark, Vice President of Operations for Jack Williams Tire.

  

 

 

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