Convey technology revolutionises tachograph compliance

Commercial Motor
July 16, 2019

Convey Technology has launched a new system hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform featuring modules designed to help drivers and managers collect data including hours, WTD, driver performance, vehicle defects and driver license profiles.

The system can then enable the user to interpret this information so they can go on to manage their business more efficiently by focusing on key areas that need to be improved.

The technology firm claims that this “paperless management system creates substantial savings in both time and cost”, in turn increasing productivity and scalable to any business needs.

Steve Fisher, MD of Convey Technology, said: “As a team with decades of experience within the logistics sector, we know better than anyone the complex issues faced by those within it and the need for operators to have the tools to manage their fleet and drivers efficiently.”

The system was developed in conjunction with key transport operators and partners over a two-year period, before launching it to the wider market.

Turners of Soham uses the tachograph analysis and licence modules to manage the compliance of its 2,000-strong HGV fleet. And the management team claimed the new kit is a game changer.

John Burbridge, group quality and compliance manager, said: “The Convey performance module and Manager App is a fantastic tool that gives us the benefit of electronic driver debrief and removes the need for printing and filing paper reports, which saves us a considerable amount of time and money.”

The haulier states that it will “collate every bit of information we need from both our vehicles and drivers and delivers that data to our fingertips.”   

Burbridge added: “There’s nothing as effective as this on the market and it has the very real ability to make a significant difference to the way driver and vehicle compliance is managed across the whole industry.”  

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