r2c Online now bring fifty thousand fleet and workshop users together for more efficient digital collaboration. As part of the r2c Online network, these users can connect and collaborate with their supply chain in real-time to achieve best practice compliance.
Nick Walls, Managing Director at r2c Online, said, “We’re delighted to have achieved this milestone, following a noticeable shift in industry attitude towards digital compliance. Thanks to DVSA initiatives such as remote enforcement and Earned Recognition we have seen an even faster acceleration of our user base numbers which is very encouraging.”
A business that has seen success using the software is Cawleys, who recently announced their participation in the Earned Recognition pilot. Phil Gudgeon, Director of Waste Collection and Logistics at Cawleys, said: “What sets r2c apart is the quality of both the product and the service. The platform is easy to use and the service is both friendly and professional.”
Phil continued, “Using the r2c platform enables us to manage our time better, with proactive maintenance and cost control. We have also been accepted onto the Earned Recognition pilot, proving we are ultra compliant and allowing us to keep our customers ahead of the curve, so we’re really happy with our results.”
Another operator that has made the list of Earned Recognition operators is Cemex UK. Paul Clarke, Logistics Fleet Engineering Manager at Cemex UK, said, “We now have a real-time, effective system for all aspects of managing our fleet. Since joining r2c, our compliance has improved by 75% and there’s a lot less strain on admin resource.”
Paul added, “We believe r2c is future proofed and, based on the results we’ve found, we would definitely recommend them to others and fully support movements towards a digital industry.”
Nick concluded, “We’re proud to have pioneered this industry drive towards digitising compliance from the ground up. We have spent the past fifteen years ensuring our solutions accurately reflect the ever-changing demands of the fleet industry, and this number of users is a fantastic reflection of our hard work.”