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Award-winning vehicle tracking device provider, RAM Tracking, has announced the creation of the RAM Fleet Club, now offering a range of additional and enhanced services spanning vehicle finance, fuel cards and breakdown recover to name a few, to existing customers and all businesses that operate a fleet of commercial vehicles, to make fleet management as easy as possible.

Chris McClellan, CEO
Chris McClellan, CEO

The everyday focus on maintaining the real-time visibility of drivers and their welfare/safety is a fundamental element of RAM Tracking’s services. However, the firm was keen to ensure it could provide its customers with a new suite of benefits that would help streamline existing processes as well as boost their productivity even further. Additionally, this one-stop-shop for all fleet management helps ensure the product becomes a core, embedded element of the client’s business fleet management activity moving forwards.

What is RAM Fleet Club?

RAM Fleet Club provides a full suite of fleet management services from vehicle tracking through to fuel cards. Aimed specifically at fleet managers it provides space for a two-way dialogue where businesses can specify their fleet needs, then be matched with a tailored solution just at the touch of a button.

Upon signing up, customers receive expert consultancy to help identify areas of improvement to reduce cost and improve efficiency across their fleets.

Typical areas include:

  • Fleet funding methods and comparisons
  • Service, maintenance and repair options
  • Vehicle selection – models and manufacturers
  • Vehicle replacement time cycles
  • Fleet administration
  • Fuel management & policy
  • Driver risk management
  • Environmental impacts and Co2 reduction

Commenting on the launch of RAM Fleet Club, Chris McClellan CEO at the firm, said:

“This is another fantastic example of RAM Tracking making logical decisions about the kind of needs our customers have and proactively meeting these. The customisation of our services is and always has been standard practice. We are now able to guarantee that all of our customers are completely satisfied with a wider spectrum of services that checks each stage of the fleet management cycle successfully. So much so that a 360 degree feedback system is incorporated into the club so we can assess customer opinion every six months and make suitable changes if necessary”

A cost effective way to manage your fleet

Adding a maintenance solution to vehicle funding packages can break down costs into simple monthly payments that covers all servicing needs such as routine services, repairs, tyre replacement, breakdown and recovery, MOT testing and general maintenance. For vehicle

finance, in excess of 20 different lenders are on hand via the club’s portal in order to get customers the best deal.

Using the RAM Fleet Club system, customers can also access a vehicle service management facility that sources the best local approved suppliers to get the best cost and service level.

Commenting further, Chris said:

“Customers need convenience as well as quality. In addition, therefore, to the already excellent service RAM Tracking provides, bringing all of these services under one roof meets this clear customer demand head on and we encourage as many customers as possible to take advantage of it in order to save valuable time, resources and business input.”

For more information on the RAM Fleet Club, click here