Reduce your risk, protect your brand, control your costs, avoid litigation and ensure the safety of your employees and community. Your driver monitoring solution should be comprehensive and include crash and claims data. You know that a robust driver safety policy is critical in establishing a comprehensive safety culture. How do you best enforce your policy? With Q Enterprise, you gain visibility into the impact crashes have on your organization and how they relate to your driver safety policy.
Through a streamlined user experience focused on creating understandable data, maximizing safety policy effectiveness and ultimately shaping driver behavior, you will be well-equipped with actionable and relevant insights.
Driver Policy Score
Crash & Claims Score
Crash & Claims Data Integration
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This composite Driver Policy Score represents the true driver risk by combining continuous MVR monitoring data with crash and claims data. Together, you receive a comprehensive view of driver behavior.
All claims aren’t equal. With Crash & Claims Scoring from Q Enterprise, you can assess crash and claims data as part of a driver’s history. You can also align a claim with the values of your safety policy, giving you the ability to determine overall driver compliance.
You can’t reduce crashes without understanding what causes them in the first place. By integrating valuable claims data, you can identify leading indicators that turn crashes into claims, driving up your costs. With crash and claims integration, you’re given visibility into your drivers and identify as well as correct behavior correlated to costly incidents.
Integrate driver scores and alerts into your existing systems and workflow with our enterprise-grade API. By embedding driver monitoring data into the software your company utilizes, you can connect your employees to continuous driver monitoring while providing an influx of steady stream driver data.
“We’ve reduced our reliance on self-reporting. Being able to flag drivers before they tell us there’s an issue complements the mandatory self-reporting policy and makes safety much more efficient.”
– Shetikka R. Senior Risk & Safety Analyst
Increase of fatal crashes between 2009-2017 involving a large truck or bus.