DriveTech, a leading driver training and risk management organisation, and part of the AA, has agreed a strategic partnership with r2c, a leading UK fleet software provider, to help businesses stay safer and drive further efficiencies in their fleets through an enhanced range of benefits.
r2c offers easy to use, cloud-based solutions that cover driver pre-use checks, incident and maintenance management, as well as store and share documents and invoices, and generate sophisticated reports with insights on fleet performance and total cost of ownership.
Combining DriveTech’s comprehensive range of products, from licence-checking to online assessments, e-learning and a whole host of effective driver training interventions, enhances the offering further, and complements r2c’s already diverse compliance and efficiency provision with driver risk management tools.
The new collaboration means both parties will offer this broader range of services effective from July 2021. It has appeal to larger fleets as well as in the SME marketplace.
Commenting on the new strategic arrangement, r2c Online Managing Director Tim Meadows said: “Continually expanding our provision to include more key services has always been at the heart of the r2c technology, and our clients clearly want licence check and driver assessment features. We decided to partner with DriveTech as it is the market leader and enhances our already sophisticated range of services.
“Having DriveTech’s risk management products in our portfolio further strengthens our proposition as a leading provider of cost-effective, compliant and safe fleet management.”
DriveTech’s Oli Stevenson added: “The r2c online service network is impressively well-designed platform used by a broad cross-section of the fleet market. Combined with our licence-checking capabilities, proven driver and fleet assessments services, and highly flexible suite of e-learning modules and on road training courses, we will hopefully see even more fleets benefitting from the combined value of our proposition.”