ARI has developed a new tool – ARI Driver Scorecard – that helps fleet managers measure the performance of their drivers.
“With this tool, drivers can easily compare themselves to their peers,” said Rich Radi, director of the ARI Global Driver Excellence Program. “Everyone wants to excel at what they do, so we work with our clients to tap into this part of human nature and encourage better driving habits across the board.”
According to the company, the ARI Driver Scorecard is able to pull data from numerous sources including telematics providers, accident claims, fuel history, MVR reports, violations and more to rank each driver with an overall score. The breadth of the tool’s measurement ability, which is provided at no extra charge to ARI clients, is only limited by the number of compatible tools already integrated into the fleet, ARI added.
“Our score is like a batting average, the fairest way to compare one baseball player’s performance to another,” said Tony Candeloro, vice president, customer information systems and product development. “After looking at just one number, fleet or safety managers can take immediate action to improve high risk drivers in their fleet and recognize those showing consistently good, safe driving behavior. Once those on the low end of the scale have corrected their behaviors, they can raise the bar and work toward even better performance.”
Those interested in the ARI Driver Scorecard functionality can contact the customer information system department at 844-274-4435 or firstname.lastname@example.org.