Three pillars: Combination of People, Technology, and Data (Intelligent Compliance Platform).
The transportation and fleet industries are flush with technology options – cloud solutions, big data, Electronic Logging Devices, the Internet of Things. The list goes on. Finding the right solutions for your business means going beyond minimum compliance standards and aiming to increase productivity, acquire better data, and improve your decision-making ability to improve your safety, compliance, and the bottom line. Enter the ‘Intelligent Compliance Platform’.
Fleetworthy’s approach to going beyond compliant is based on the combination of three pillars: Technology, Data and People who truly care about your company. Data provides key information, but alone is either overlooked or overwhelming in quantity. Technology is important to streamline activities, provide visibility and better decision-making ability. However, without knowledgeable people and a deep understanding of the complexities of the transportation industry, technology can only get you so far. Your success really relies on all three – the intersection of people, technology, and data. Other suppliers in the industry may do one or two of those areas well, but Fleetworthy is distinct in that we excel at all three – resulting in our concept of the ‘Intelligent Compliance Platform’. The insight to understand the data that the technology collects and automates enables us to give guidance and provide results that are above and beyond for our clients.
An Intelligent Compliance Platform is what you are looking for – to gain visibility and control to streamline processes, reduce risk, and improve profitability. Is your data easily accessible and provided in a user-friendly format? Do you have dashboards that can give you an “at a glance” overview into your compliance programs? Can you do a deeper dive to get specific drill-down data to identify gaps and trends? All the best technology can be implemented, but if it doesn’t provide actionable tasks from your data to make improvements in your program, then your technology is falling short.