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December 06 2018
By James Rudman

TruTac's software analysis benefits Greys of Ely

A switch to TruTac’s tachograph analysis and compliance-control software has helped Greys of Ely raise the ‘compliance bar’.

One of Greys of Ely’s coaches

TruTac provide the East Anglian coach operator with CPT Tacho Analysis, TruTime and TruLinks software modules. The combined systems, compliance experts TruTac say, “seamlessly manage” digital and analogue tachograph analysis, driver monitoring and debriefing, infringements and working time, online compliance reporting, document storage and several web-based, fully automated tools to ensure tight control across the operation.

“All of these come with online access and full visibility, which allows us immediate access to real-time information concerning all aspects of the fleet,” says Richard Grey, Managing Director of Greys of Ely, which operates more than 30 modern coaches.

“In turn, the system enables us to meet our own KPIs and to benchmark ourselves against the nationally-recognised Earned Recognition scheme, which we regard as the new minimum standard.”

TruTime also monitors Working time Directive stipulations.

“To keep the compliance bar raised as high as possible, we apply the most stringent checks and controls across every aspect of the operation and TruTac’s software makes this possible,” says Mr Grey.[


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