New-Look for ClockWatcher, Tachodisc's New Tachograph Instant Analysis Software Package

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 10, 2009 -- In just three years Digital Tachographs have revolutionised the way operators approach and manage tachograph analysis. In response and in line with the needs of today’s customers, Tachodisc has announced that its instant analysis software package, ClockWatcher, has been given a dramatic visual makeover. The system has also been upgraded to utilise the latest technology and benefits from a number of new user-friendly fleet management tools.

Developed in-line with other common and accepted workplace desktop applications, the 2009 version of ClockWatcher features a contemporary user interface with a new full screen display and menu structure to facilitate a quicker and more logical method of navigating between screens.

In consultation with customers, who have had the benefit of using the software for more than three years, Tachodisc has added a number of important fleet management tools, including the ‘Traffic Light’ system. This scheduling tool enables the user, at a single glance, to view the overall statistical status of its drivers, and plan when the data on driver’s digital cards and Vehicle Units needs to be downloaded.

Tachodisc has also increased the number of vehicle reports that can be printed. The software now has the ability to produce printouts on events and faults data, in addition to the current speed data and driving-without-a-card reports.

Commenting on the new ClockWatcher, Karen Crispe, Director at Tachodisc said: “The underlying technical functionality has not changed, which is testament to the system’s original design back in 2006. Instead we have listened and consulted with our customers, and focused on making the system more user-friendly and easier to navigate. The new ClockWatcher provides customers greater functionality, and gives new users a degree of comfort because visually it is very similar to other business desktop programmes.”

Designed using Tachodisc’s 30 years experience of working within the transport industry and understanding the legislation, ClockWatcher is an easy to install computer software package that allows operators to carry out their own analogue and digital analysis for both Drivers Hours Law and Road Transport Directive in one operation.

To celebrate the re-launch of ClockWatcher, Tachodisc is offering a 28-DAY FREE TRIAL. For further information, please telephone Tachodisc on 01925 283328, email or visit

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Press Release Submitted On: March 10, 2009 at 5:39 am
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