A cookie is a text file placed on your computer, mobile device or device connected to your computer.
There are different types of cookies. Functional cookies are placed to ensure that the website is functionating properly.
Aside from the functional cookies, there are cookies to give you a more relevant web experience and serve relevant advertisements. In the cookiesetting above you can switch on/off cookies and settings which we use to make our content or advertisement more relevant for you. More information on these cookies and settings can find below.
Webfleet Solutions websites and services need to be able to store and retrieve information to provide you with the service or information you asked for. For example your language setting and username for login in. This is done through functional cookies. This storage and retrieval of information only happens when you use such a service. As these cookies are needed for a well functionating website and to deliver the service they will placed on your device. Further we use site analytic cookies. We use Google Analytics, Google Optimize, Hotjar and Google Tag Manager to collect site analytics to constantly improve our website.
When you are visiting our website or see our advertisements, we would like to give you a more relevant, personalized experience. In order to do this, we use personalization & advertisement cookies and settings. With these cookies we collect information about your interest and use this information to give you a more personalized experience. We use the following cookies and settings:
If you do not want these cookies or settings to be placed, just simply untick the cookie setting above and save your settings.
Cookies are the main method used but sometimes information is stored and retrieved using other technologies, such as file transfer and Web API’s (Web Application Programming Interfaces) e.g. when you attach a Webfleet Solutions device to your computer.
London, 25 June 2013
Xylem Water Solutions UK Ltd has invested in TomTom fleet management technology to improve customer service and boost its green credentials.
The UK-based water technology company has rolled out an advanced TomTom system – featuring integrated tracking, navigation and vehicle diagnostic devices – across its entire 192-strong commercial fleet.
The move will enable Xylem to provide customers with reliable ETAs, ensure its drivers arrive at site, on time, and generate substantial fuel and efficiency savings.
‘We are regularly measured against Service Level Agreement KPIs by our customers and TomTom will help ensure we hit our agreed targets’ said Paul Whiteside, Xylem Water Solutions’ Logistics Manager.
‘Our engineers will benefit from not only the safest, but also the quickest, possible journeys to customers, while avoiding congestion with smart IQ Routes and HD Traffic navigation technology’
‘Improved routing, combined with driver performance monitoring tools, will also help cut fuel costs and, in turn, our carbon footprint. Having achieved the CEMARS standard for managing carbon emissions, this investment marks another crucial sustainability development with clients increasingly scrutinizing our green credentials’
TomTom’s ecoPLUS fuel diagnostic device reads fuel consumption data directly from vehicles on the road to help optimise mpg. This information, along with data on speeding, harsh braking and steering, is fed back to drivers in real time through their navigation devices and back to managers in TomTom’s WEBFLEET fleet management software.
‘TomTom’s solution will also help us to better manage road risk, improving the safety of our mobile workforce’ added Paul.
‘The impressive technology, combined with TomTom’s enviable brand reputation, made the business case for our investment extremely compelling’