JobTrak helps operators optimise fleet performance

CMS SupaTrak will exhibit and demonstrate its JobTrak in-cab route management solution at OWL Live Wales, held at Voco St Davids in Cardiff on March 31, 2022.

The event will be hosted by the Chair of CIWM Wales, Brian Royson Mayne and opened by Barry Sheerman, MP for Huddersfield and Chairman of OWL and the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality. OWL Live Wales features an impressive speaker line-up, with CMS SupaTrak, Welsh Government, the SMTT, Cenex, Bristol Waste and many more.

CMS’s Jason Airey, Sally Cumner, Stephen Strange and David Moorfield will be at hand to demonstrate how JobTrak can significantly improve waste and recycling route management, remove paperwork, and ensure operator compliance.

‘JobTrak is a fantastic resource to improve route management for public sector contracting organisations and other specialist fleet management operations,’ commented CMS SupaTrak’s MD Jason Airey.

‘Come and find out how our JobTrak solution delivers an abundance of benefits, including a real-time overview of driver and vehicle locations and activities. Our solution provides evidence and protection against complaints and insurance claims.’

JobTrak is available for domestic, trade and bulky collections, and it incorporates daily vehicle checks and defect reporting. The route optimisation function enables operators to save fuel and avoid congested areas at certain times. It is simple to generate routes from existing data or build up routes with an easy-to-use route management drag and drop function.

Crews can record property exceptions (ie bin not presented or contaminated waste) that the operator can use to prevent unnecessary return visits, thus improving operational efficiency. 

JobTrak fully integrates back-office CRM and public-facing systems and the full suite of CMS SupaTrak services, including vehicle DVR camera and safety systems. Users can now easily access the JobTrak solution via CMS’s new app.

To sign up for OWL Live Wales, register here.

To see the programme, click here.

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