Changing employee priorities could see company car fleets start to become ever less hierarchical in the near future, says FleetCheck. The fleet software specialist believes that a number of current and emerging trends could converge, causing less interest in the car as an indication of managerial status. Peter Golding, managing director, said: “Historically, in a corporate environment, there has been quite a strong emphasis on the company car you were given as a signifier of
The one-millionth vehicle safety inspection using a FleetCheck app launched just over two years ago has taken place this week. The Vehicle Inspection App was unveiled at Commercial Vehicle Show in April 2017 and is designed to create the means to schedule, carry out, confirm, follow-up and audit all kinds of inspections from daily walkarounds to formal weekly or monthly checks. Designed for cars, vans, HGVs, buses and coaches, it was enhanced earlier this year
Two new appointments have been made at fleet software specialist FleetCheck this week as the company continues to grow. Livvy Doman has been named as Business Development Manager, looking after relationships with the company’s current client base as well as proactively developing sales prospects for the future. She has extensive hands-on experience as a fleet manager, having held that role for the last four years for a large international finance house, providing a high degree of
The first widespread use of artificial intelligence in fleet management is likely to be to identify common documents, predicts FleetCheck. Neil Avent, IT director at the fleet software company, explained that AI was good at looking for patterns within clearly defined boundaries, so would work well for this kind of task. He explained: “The important factor to understand about current AI technology is that it has no innate sense of context. It works well in