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Techies 2009 - Best Risk Management System: E-Training World

Date: 25 August 2009

Highly Commended: Active Risk Management - ARM

Risk management covers a broad spectrum of aspects from the basic licence check, through risk assessment of drivers and a fleet's records to driver training, which makes E-Training World's win in the Techies all the more impressive.

ETW not only covers these areas but much more too.

The web-based system means fleet managers don't need to install dedicated software. Couple this to a well-thought out and easy to understand website and you have the start-point for a great service.

What sealed the win for ETW was the integration of the services offered, including online driving licence data, online driver risk assessment information, accident statistics and e-driver training, online eco training, manoeuvring training and on-road defensive driver training reports as well as feedback.

The system enables drivers to manage their profile leaving the fleet manager to deal with only the issues of importance. This is made possible thanks to the combination of a colour-coded system of identifying risk and the ability to go from the over-view to the detailed information as simply and easily as possible.

Active Risk Management ran a very close second to ETW. ARM is also a web-based risk management system including a wide range of services for the fleet manager. The fact the system covers grey fleet drivers is of particular note, as is the facility to check more frequently those drivers considered higher risk due to the number of existing penalty points on their licence.