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Traffic Commissioner’s for Great Britain and the DVSA have worked together to launch a new online service which will replace the existing Operator Self Service System.
Moving with the times and realising that digital was the way to go, they are encouraging all operators to get online, which in turn saves times, makes things easier and is a lot more efficient.
The new system is much more user friendly and will allow you to apply and manage your vehicle operator licences online. You will be able to add more vehicles, apply to increase vehicle limits and apply to add a transport manager.
It has been launched in ‘beta’ system and initially the site will be going through a period of testing and improvement, guided by user feedback. Existing users of the old system will be able to log in with the same username and password as before, new users will need to follow a few simple steps to sign up to the new system.
Make sure you check out this new online service, for more details click here.
A survey undertaken by specialist research agency Analytiqa on behalf of Barclays and Moore Stephens has recently been released.
Respondents of the survey included some of the industry’s most senior decision-makers and despite the uncertainty over the UK economy and the risks associated with Brexit, confidence amongst UK’s logistics businesses has risen according to the survey.
Barclays and Moore Stephens UK Logistics Confidence Index has revealed that:
Confidence in the UK logistics sector is at its highest point since the second half of 2015
43.9% believe that business conditions have stayed "the same" over the last six months
37.4% believe that business conditions have been "somewhat more difficult" over the last six months
48.6% expect the outlook for the sector to be "somewhat more difficult" in the next six months
58.9% of operators expect their revenues to increase by 2.5%-5.0% next year
43.9% expect to "increase headcount" over the next six months
Whilst the survey demonstrated some positive responses, it also highlighted some key issues facing logistics businesses in the coming six months:
40% feel that "customer price pressure" will be the most important issue to face their business
35% believe a "lack of skilled staff" will be the most important issue their business faces
8.7% are concerned over shortage of "warehouse space"
43.7% perceive a "marginally negative impact" to Brexit outcome.
Reflecting on these results businesses were also asked how important is the use of technology to their business: help your business gain a competitive advantage?
60.2% felt that the use of technology is "very important" in order to help their business gain a competitive advantage
33% thought it is "reasonably important" to help their business gain a competitive advantage
It is clear from these results that technology for the UK logistics sector is seen as a major player to gaining a competitive advantage and avoiding unproductive price wars.
The full report can be read here.
Road Tech Computer Systems are celebrating the phenomenal success of Tachomaster, their tachograph analysis system. Tachomaster was launched by the company in 2006 when tachographs went digital and this week, Tachomaster completed its 90,000,000th drivers card, chart and vehicle download, making it the undisputed market leader. A spokesperson for the company said: “We know how many drivers cards have been issued by the DVLA and we know how many have been seen by our servers, so the numbers are an exact science.”
Although they have been successfully writing and developing software exclusively for the transport industry since 1984, Road Tech were never previously in the tachograph analysis market and launched Tachomaster without having a single customer. With the imminent arrival of the digital tachograph, they saw an opportunity to completely revolutionise the tachograph market, by writing a system that went way beyond compliance and utilised the information held on the drivers card, chart, and the tacho head. Tachomaster was the only system to offer, not just instant live real time tachograph analysis, but detailed management information about an operators two most costly assets, the vehicle and the driver.
The price of Tachomaster remains unchanged since its 2006 launch, although it is constantly developed, giving its customers unrivalled reporting and systems integration with four other Road Tech systems. Tachomasters ongoing development and systems integration affords its customers a real insight into the efficiency of their businesses, consequently, it is now being used by most of the UK’s leading supermarkets and hauliers.
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Come and join us at Euro Bus Expo, Technology Zone Stand T177, Hall 5, NEC, Birmingham, 1-3 November 2016.
With exhibitors representing every link of the supply chain, Euro Bus Expo 2016 is the premier showcase for the bus and coach sector. It's free-to-attend the three day show and offers everyone the opportunity to see the latest vehicles, service and software product innovations available!
Over the last 32 years Road Tech have designed and developed a set of 5 powerful software solutions for the transport industry.
Road Tech's software solutions have solved some of the most difficult transport issues and have helped thousands of companies realise the value of live data and true analytics, which provides our customers with real insight and control over their two most expensive assets, their vehicles and their drivers.
Road Tech offers a new era of software intelligence and capabilities, designed to improve todays transport office challenges. Our agile and intuitive software simplifies real-time information and helps keep drivers and vehicles safe, secure and DVSA compliant.
Whether you manage a few vehicles or a multi-depot fleet, Road Tech's 5 powerful market-leading software solutions will help give your business the information and tools it needs to make sound financial decisions.
Road Tech's systems include: Tachomaster, the standard in tachograph analysis software. Falcon Tracking, cost effective and dynamic vehicle tracking software. Roadrunner, the complete transport management system. Checkmaster, Instant DVLA licence checking software. PreDrive, daily driver defect and damage reporting software
For more information contact Maureen Ballance on 01923 460000.
To register your attendance at Euro Bus Expo 2016, please register here.
The Commercial Vehicle Show 2016 was once again a huge success, hosting over 400 exhibitors. The event exceeded our expectations again this year, as our stand was busier than ever. Customers both old and new packed our stand to see the very latest innovative software and learn how our five software systems will offer them greater operational benefits and cost savings that come with true systems integration.
Today, we are offering our most powerful integrated software solutions, that will automate and integrate your real-time data instantly, helping to improve your operational efficiency and thereby reduce costs to your business.
If you missed us at The CVShow and would like to see the latest developments in transport management, driver licence checks, automated daily vehicle walk around and damage reporting checks, real time vehicle tracking software or our instant real-time tachograph analysis system, then give Maureen a call on 01923 460000.
We have been busy this week showing off all our integrated solutions at the 2016 CV Show at the Birmingham NEC.
This week also coincides with the 10 year anniversary of launching Tachomaster - it's been a great 10 years for Tachomaster and for Road Tech!
Transport News published this article:
ROAD TECH Computer Systems are celebrating the remarkable success of Tachomaster, their tachograph analysis system.
Tachomaster was launched by the company in 2006 when tachographs went digital and last month, Tachomaster completed its 80,000,000th drivers card, chart and vehicle download, making it the "undisputed market leader".
A spokesperson for the company said, "we know how many drivers cards have been issued by the DVLA and we know how many have been seen by our servers, so the numbers are an exact science."