The Huntingdon-based company will use Key2 system to deliver an integrated solution, improve administration efficiency and driver performance, and eliminate paper-based processes at its workshops.
Stewart Lightbody, Anglian Water’s head of fleet services, says: “Key2 will allow all information and data to be accessible in one location enabling the system to manage vehicles, plant, drivers and workshops and the relationship between them.
“It will enable vehicle and driver performance history to be managed, and additional information – such as from telematics and fuel cards – to be used more effectively to deliver efficiencies.”
He adds: “Key2 will become a central repository and a great source of information, and something that the fleet team desperately requires.”
As well as undergoing a full supplier evaluation process, Anglian Water solicited views from other operators, including Skanska UK which uses Key2 to manage road safety issues.
Lightbody says that when Key2 is fully implemented, by spring 2018, it will enable the business to understand “what excellent fleet performance looks like”.
He adds: “I am excited about the future because Key2 will be a game-changer for the fleet department and Anglian Water in the way we currently operate, and the efficiencies and ultimately financial savings that will be delivered.”