Manchester, United Kingdom, 5th January 2023 AssetWorks, Fleet Management Software Provider, has become a delivery partner with Driving for Better Business, the government-backed National Highways programme to help employers in both the private and public sectors reduce work-related road risk, control the associated costs, and improve compliance with current legislation and guidance.
As a Delivery Partner, AssetWorks will share its expertise via resources and thought leadership to help promote the shared values of the partnership – supporting fleets with compliance, safety, and legislation advice.
Mike Gadd, Managing Director of AssetWorks UK, shares ‘AssetWorks already helps fleets become compliant and safe without compromising on their efficiency so this felt like a natural partnership. We want to continue to support and educate our customers with the best resources on the market’. The partnership will see advice shared through their customer base via blogs, social media, newsletters, and other educational resources for fleets.
Gadd adds, ‘Customers come to us to become operationally efficient in a safe, cost-effective, and sustainable way through best practices and 5-star customer service. This partnership will elevate our customer’s knowledge and promote safer roads throughout the UK. We believe every fleet should be equipped with not only the best software but the best resources. Our services don’t stop once you purchase the software, we are in it for the long haul. The journey continues with training and support’.
Driving for Better Business is a free, Government-backed programme that helps employers in the private and public sectors to reduce road risk in their business, improve driver safety and wellbeing, and ensure that their driving for work policies is compliant – typically leading to significant business benefits.
Driving for Better Business National Highways lead, Anne-Marie Penny, said, “It is really exciting for us to have AssetWorks on board as a partner, sharing our vision to see organisations managing their driving activities well, improving safety, efficiency, and sustainability. We are keen to share their good practice thought leadership, and experience, to help all employers manage their drivers and fleets well.”