Richardson & Starling Expands Ctrack Fleet Telematics Solutions
Richardson & Starling, the property preservation and repair contractor, has awarded a five-year contract to Ctrack by Inseego for the provision of an advanced vehicle tracking system.
Under the agreement, the company will deploy the fleet Ctrack solution to around 100 vehicles across the group.
Ctrack Online, the web-based vehicle tracking system, is being used to gain visibility and control over Richardson & Starling’s mobile teams that operate across Scotland and the North of England from 14 local branches. It is helping the company to improve the management of its fleet operation, reduce risk, boost productivity and reduce costs.
Richardson & Starling is using Ctrack Online’s reporting package to gain added insight of key fleet data to identify areas of inefficiency and underperformance. In particular, the driver performance and speed band reports are highlighting any potential safety issues, so the company can quickly address any concerns amongst its team of mobile employees. Richardson & Starling is also using other operational reports, such as timesheets, to streamline internal administrative processes.
Graham Duncan, Managing Director at Richardson & Starling commented: “This latest agreement will take our partnership with Ctrack to over 15 years. Their team is always on hand to answer any queries, so we have total peace of mind that the vehicle tracking system meets our exact business and operational needs. Ctrack Online gives us complete visibility and control over our mobile resources, so we can operate our fleet in the most efficient, productive and safe manner.”
Steve Thomas, Managing Director of Ctrack by Inseego said: “The unrivalled support we provide means we are able to develop longstanding relationships with our customers. It ensures they can make the best use of our vehicle tracking software, achieving measurable benefits in line with their individual objectives. This is the reason we are the leading provider of fleet telematics solutions to the service management sector within the UK.”