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r2c improves Earned Recognition software

Published:  26 June, 2018

Fleet and workshop software provider r2c Online has updated its Earned Recognition software to make it easier for fleets to meet DVSA requirements.

New functionality includes off-platform data imports, allowing fleets to submit all their Earned Recognition data in digital or non-digital format for a single consolidated overview of their KPIs.

The new tools have been introduced by r2c to make the digital transition even easier for fleets that still use a combination of both digital and manual paperwork processes. It also means fleets can upload tachograph results for one single data repository.

The new software also includes smart KPI triggers, which provide an early warning system as operators are alerted to any compliance breaches four weeks before DVSA are notified. This not only gives them insight into the reasons for the failure but also allows them time to rectify any issues.

In addition to this, each potential breach issue comes with prompts of recommended actions and tips to help guide fleets towards best practice compliance.

Nick Walls, managing director at r2c Online, said: ‘We’ve taken the Exemplar Fleet package one step further with functionality to allow fleets to be truly proactive with their compliance and maintenance.

‘Our software doesn’t just tell you what went wrong, it explains why and how and provides the user with information to prevent it from happening again.

‘This is proving particularly useful for Earned Recognition operators, which is why we’re now proud to be the leading supplier for the DVSA scheme.’

Another valuable tool is the complete fleet health check, with the ability to drill down into compliance data from source, allowing users to improve the efficiency of their data management.

Nick Walls added: ‘Our investment into customer service and support has also allowed us to offer a full Earned Recognition support service alongside the technology. This includes account set up, consultancy on data management both on and off platform, help recruiting supply chains onto the platform and ongoing support whenever needed.

‘It’s also important to note that our Exemplar Fleet software package is not just for Earned Recognition operators. It’s just as powerful for any operators wanting to increase their compliance and efficiency levels or realise the cost savings of going digital.

‘And don’t worry, no trigger reports are sent to DVSA through our platform unless you are officially part of the Earned Recognition scheme.’

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