A large print and document solutions firm has invested in TomTom fleet management technology in a bid to cut costs and paperwork and increase productivity.
Lincoln-based company Danwood is installing TomTom's LINK tracking device across its UK and Republic of Ireland service fleet in order to verify time sheets, automate mileage reporting and fulfil Duty of Care obligations.
The move comes after the firm saw productivity rise by 5% during a trial period, due to an increase in the average number of jobs completed by engineers each day.
Fuel consumption was also reduced through more effective routing and administration times were slashed as a result of automated time sheets.
Jim Innes, Danwood project manager, said the technology allows the business to stay ahead of the curve in terms of service delivery, by encouraging optimum efficiency and productivity.
"A 5% rise in productivity straight off the bat was very encouraging and we are confident of seeing further gains, in terms of engineers' field work, fuel savings and back office administration," he said.
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