Greenwood Village, CO (PressExposure) July 06, 2011 -- Fleet Monitor is an online system to monitor employee driving records. It monitors and alerts a company for driving accidents, traffic records, or suspended licenses. It is designed to reduce risk by lowering the chance of a negative driving history slipping through the cracks.
This system streamlines the process of running employee driver history checks and quickly locates the driver who has violations in a colorful dashboard, which is especially helpful to industries that have a lot of drivers and/or are required to run Motor Vehicle Records on a scheduled basis, such as school bus drivers, ambulance drivers, etc.
Fleet Monitor ensures MVR reports and batches are run accurately, consistently and efficiently.
Continuous monitoring states provide daily, weekly, or monthly monitoring, adding peace of mind while virtually eliminating the workload of users in those states.
The visual nature of the dashboard summary allows users to shrink their batch review time from several days to several hours.
An email alert will notify you about violations in real time.
Users will have very little administrative duties other than reviewing results and notifying Info Cubic of changes to their driver lists. No more batch delays due to preparation.
Info Cubic provides initial and ongoing administrative duties such as batch uploads and maintenance, free of charge.
About Info Cubic
Info Cubic, headquartered in the Denver Tech Center, Colorado is a leading provider of employment screening and drug testing for organizations of any size and structure. Info Cubic's easy-to-use, web-based service allows employers to conveniently request services, track work in progress, and securely retrieve and archive completed reports. Thousands of companies nationwide depend on Info Cubic's first-class customer service, industry-leading turnaround times, accuracy and legal compliance expertise. Visit http://www.infocubic.net or call (877) 360-INFO (4636) for additional information.
Dan Mayer is author of this article on Background Screening.