FuelTrace draws on data from telematics, GPS and onboard diagnostics, combining driver performance scores, mpg figures, fuel card data and journey history. The resulting information provides fleet managers with a range of reports and metrics via a browser-based dashboard and mobile app.
The latest version includes a range of new features within the app, such as journey history playback, a customer tracking link, and management of vehicle checks, defects and due dates.
There is also a new driver vehicle check app as well as a driver ID kit for larger, multi-driver fleets.
“The technology accelerates the move away from pen-and-paper fleet management to save businesses huge amounts of time by streamlining administration,” says Rod Fitzpatrick, technology manager at Certas Energy.
“Plus, with fuel accounting for 38% of fleet expenditure, FuelTrace data supports operators to make fuel efficiency improvements that can have a significant impact on the bottom line.”
The system integrates with fuel card data for accurate expenditure reports. In addition, FuelTrace includes a Geo-Plus feature, which cross-references fuel card use with vehicle location to notify fleet managers if a card is used without the presence of an associated vehicle.