Collision Management Systems joins Crown Commercial Service framework

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UK Public Sector fleet operators, such as the Police, other emergency services, and central and local government bodies, now have access to Collision Management Systems’ (CMS) risk management platform via the new Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Vehicles Telematics framework.

The business was awarded one of 10 places on the scheme, in conjunction with is partner NTT Data UK.

The CCS framework improves the procurement process by eliminating the need for tender, thereby saving time, and delivering results faster.

Charles Smith, founder and CEO of CMS, said: “Through this we can deliver risk management and safety solutions to any public sector body directly and under a pre-approved contract and framework.”

CMS’ all in one platform helps fleet managers and risk managers to improve the safety and efficiency of their fleet and remote worker operations.

By aggregating and standardising existing data feeds, the system provides the right information at the right time for fleet managers to take fast decisive action that can reduce employee risk and deliver cost savings.

The platform combines the operator’s existing telematics and in-vehicle camera feeds with non-vehicle driver data, so there is no-need for any additional hardware.

It presents a risk management and real-time incident alert solution that can be used on a day to day basis by fleet managers to identify the incidents that need their attention, by filtering out distractions from false positives.

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