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Fleet Complete improves offering with JESI tech partnership

Fleet Complete has partnered with JESI with the intention of bringing greater optimisation to its current systems and more sustainability to the remote worker management model.

Fleet Complete is a global provider of connected vehicle technologies while JESI is a Queensland based remote worker management solutions company.

Utilising JESI, Fleet Complete will provide customers with mobile technology for real-time responses and rapid communication, with the aim of being able to better mitigate accidents, injuries and delays amongst remote workers and contractors.

JESI’s interface monitors and allows for Check-Ins and self-reporting of personnels location, as well as other functions.

The technology is being made available to customers in Australia as a part of the inaugural roll-out of the Fleet Complete and JESI partnership.

An integrated management dashboard provides visibility into the activities of employees with two-way interaction.

This includes Interface that monitors employees undertaking a range of functions; tracking through pre-designated Check-Ins and arrival times; activities that include domestic and international travel, lone worker, working from home and working on-site; use of real-time telematics data that seamlessly integrate with future activities; and emergency response capability and planning.

Today compliance mandates put employee wellbeing at the forefront, and as such employers require a concerted effort to ensure that all regulations are met, Fleet Complete states.

The company says it is focused on enabling businesses to improve the way they monitor the safety of a workforce that can be dispersed across multiple geographical locations and have varying requirements.

Fleet Complete national sales director Michael Seychell says, “We at Fleet Complete are very excited to have an innovative partner like JESI.

“We believe that this smart technology will provide our fleet-owning customers a circumspect way in which to manage remote employees, even in fluctuating working conditions.

"Safety remains paramount in today’s working environment, and these meaningful partnerships help our customers better navigate the changes to worksite safety measures, presently and in the future.”

JESI CEO Joe Hoolahan says, “With anomalous changes to work environments, companies are adopting a more measured and practical approach to personnel management and standards of compliance.

"Transitioning employees to accommodate remote working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic has left many companies open to risk of non-compliance to safety standards."

Hoolahan says, “JESIs global roll-out has been strengthened by collaboration with Fleet Complete. It's been our vision to partner with an In-Vehicle Monitoring System provider since our inception.

"The coalescence of our smart technology with the distribution capability of an internationally renowned connected vehicle technology provider is transformational to the practice of personnel management.”

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