You’ve heard the expression many times before – “we’re drowning in data but starving for insights.” You aggregate reports from MVRs, CSA, claims, telematics and other sources. But what does it mean? What you don’t have is an easy way to synthesize all those sources into something useful – until now. We can help you make sense of the mountain of data.
Q Insight is a comprehensive SaaS analytics solution designed to guide you through the complicated processes of driver policy and risk mitigation.
Bulk Driver Upload
Custom Driver Groups
Risk Management Dashboard
Predictive Risk Scoring
In order to know what to improve, you need a baseline. The Driver Performance Dashboard combines overall account performance data from disparate sources, giving you visibility into your drivers’ history. From there, you can set goals and start making meaningful improvements in your safety policy.
Wouldn’t you like to identify potential issues before they occur? By synthesizing historical performance and comparing it with industry trends and prior data, we will help you establish a predictive driver score that will impact driver safety in the future. You can track goals, trends and targets, and we’ll prescribe a checklist of actions you can take to mitigate risk going forward.
You’re not an MVR expert, a driver behavior expert, or a data analytics expert. However, you are an employee safety expert who knows that the answer is in the data. The sheer quantity of data available to you regarding your drivers can be overwhelming, and trying to identify actionable data in the mix is even harder. The Recommended Actions Dashboard will drive your safety policy goals and empower you to actively monitor your drivers.
“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
Motor carriers without an MVR monitoring solution are 1.5x more likely to have 2 or more basics above intervention threshold.