Compliance platform CheckedSafe reports that it grew by over 40 per cent in 2023, with assets now approaching 110,000 across almost 1,000 companies.
Its biggest new client is Network Rail, with over 10,000 assets alone. The firm has also formed key partnerships with the likes of Novuna, Enterprise and Northgate.
“The skill set from the CheckedSafe team, who are all transport professionals or from a legal background, has been a key formula to the success of the company,” said CheckedSafe.
“As many clients say, ‘we buy from people’; the system is fantastic but knowing that the people are behind it is testament to its success.”
CheckedSafe offers a full, 100 per cent paperless maintenance and fleet management solution. Features include bespoke templates, the ability to set up schedules (such as for servicing, PMI, tachograph and LOLER), and a cost module to track the cost of maintenance/spend.
A preference groups feature enables users to view a variety of vehicles across the business and provide external notifications to third parties.
The system enables unlimited users, and incorporates grey fleet management, a message service via the app, and unlimited document storage, either for vehicles/assets or users.
Managers and supervisors can countersign checks, while a documents-to-app feature allows any document to be pushed to users.
Reminders and notifications can be set up for any purpose, and summaries can be pushed daily, weekly or monthly to users via email. Full reporting tools are available, outputting in Excel, PDF and CSV formats.
Further features include multi-language checks (including Cyrillic symbols), DVLA V5 vehicle data including MOT and VED expiry dates, job card creation and distribution, vehicle cost recording, and DVLA driver licence checking including tachograph card and DQC card expiry dates.
CheckedSafe is accredited and validated by DVSA as an Earned Recognition IT systems provider, and endorsed by the Border Force agency.
The company says it continues to develop the platform, with further innovations in the pipeline.