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Looking forward to building a sales network in France to replicate the success BigChange has had in the UK.

French customers like the fact that JobWatch is an operational tool not just a tracking system that has the perception of being Big Brother.

Martin Port
Founder & CEO

Businesses are being urged to take more action on training and educating at-work drivers on the dangers of speeding to help make their fleets and local communities safer.

The call comes from Brake, the road safety charity, as it releases a new report showing that two in five (39%) of businesses don’t have a speed policy, either in the employee contract or handbook.

The report also found that 65% of companies with a speed policy don’t have one that applies to external contractors while a third of speed policies don’t apply to senior management.

Only a quarter of companies get involved with promoting speed awareness in their local communities, for example by supporting local training or education on speed.

And few companies are taking advantage of the full range of educational and training opportunities open to them, with only two in five asking questions relating to speed at recruitment or training during induction, and only three in ten providing additional training for drivers caught speeding

With excessive speed – either breaking the speed limit or driving too fast for the conditions – listed by the police in 27% of fatal crashes in the UK in 2013, Brake is urging all employers with staff who drive for work to implement policies and procedures to ensure their drivers are fully aware of the dangers of speeding.

Employers can access Brake’s expert guidance by ordering a copy of the report, which includes advice for companies, and becoming a member of Brake Professional at

Dr Tom Fisher, Brake’s senior research and communication officer, said: “Our research shows that many companies can and should do more. This would help prevent the devastating impact of road death and injury, but also save companies money through reduced insurance premiums and improve their reputation within the community.”

Added by Natalie Middleton
Business Editor, Fleet World
Date: 15 Oct 2015 14:52

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Due to continued growth, BigChange is recruiting self-employed Auto Electrical Telematics Engineers nationwide.

We require highly skilled individuals with attention to quality and detail that are passionate about delivering excellent customer service in the field.

Candidates must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience installing systems in cars, light / heavy goods vehicles and passenger transport.

Please contact immediately by email or phone Tansy Sheehy Customer Service Director or James Scully Operations Director or call 0113 3845777. For more information about BigChange visit

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US computer giant Dell has agreed a deal to buy data storage company EMC for $67bn (£44bn).

EMC shareholders will receive $33.15 per share, $24.05 of which will be in cash.

If approved by regulators, the deal would be the biggest in history between two technology companies.

Falling demand for PCs means Dell is looking to expand into more lucrative businesses, and it has identified data storage as a key growth area.

“Our new company will be exceptionally well-positioned for growth in the most strategic areas of next-generation IT ,” said Dell boss Michael Dell.

EMC boss Joe Tucci said: “The waves of change we now see in our industry are unprecedented and, to navigate this change, we must create a new company for a new era”.

Mr Dell will be chairman and chief executive of the combined group that, Dell said, would be the world’s “largest privately-controlled, integrated technology company”.

‘Stunning coup’

The exact cost of the deal will depend on the value of shares in VMware, the software company controlled by EMC. VMware will remain an independent, listed company.

The price per share agreed represents a 20% premium on Friday’s EMC closing share price of $27.86. EMC shares were up about 4% in pre-market trading on Monday.

The deal is expected to close some time between May and October 2016.

Analysts suggested the deal was a brave move by Dell.

“Dell wants to become the old IBM Corp, a one-stop shop for corporate clients,” said Erik Gordon from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

“That model fell apart a couple of decades ago. Reviving it would be a stunning coup for Dell.”

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We met hundreds of Fleet Managers, HR Professionals and Finance Managers at this years Fleet Management Live show that was held at the NEC from the 6-7 October 2015.

It’s the biggest exhibition for fleet management and a terrific opportunity for us to share our latest developments with the industry. This year we unveiled a special edition of JobWatch aimed at companies with fleet cars, combining our Vehicle Tracking system, Mobile Workforce Management App and powerful Fleet Management functionality.

With the recent European Court of Justice ruling regarding the working time directive, Fleet Managers at the show were very interested to hear about how our JobWatch and JourneyWatch tracking solutions completely automate time-sheets, providing a robust way to capture the exact travel time to the first job of the day and back home again at the end of the day. We look forward to the next Fleet Management Live show in 2016.

Lynx are a specialist family-owned building, repair and maintenance company based in Uxbridge.

They offer a fast response and first-class customer service to their ever-growing list of prestigious landlord and management clients, and maintain over 3,000 properties across the south of England.Lynx are a specialist family-owned building, repair and maintenance company based in Uxbridge. They offer a fast response and first-class customer service to their ever-growing list of prestigious landlord and management clients, and maintain over 3,000 properties across the south of England.

Founder & Managing Director of Lynx Maintenance, Chris Moseley, relates, “Our entire focus is on making service improvements. We recognised that the technology we used was not going to support the level of growth we are experiencing; we had a back office job-management system that was 10 years old, producing so much paper, and a separate vehicle tracking system that we used reactively.”

Lynx decided that they needed a Big Change. They wanted one system that could manage all aspects of their business, and they wanted a fully-developed, proven product that wouldn’t cost them a fortune.

Chris Moseley went on to say, “We were recommended to contact BigChange, who had developed a system that did everything we wanted straight out of the box. BigChange spent time with us ensuring that the implementation process and training of our Head Office and Engineering teams went smoothly.”

The BigChange JobWatch system has everything – built-in service management, customer relationship management, job scheduling, resource time management, health and safety, equipment and stock management, mobile apps, financial features (from quotation to invoicing, with integration to accounting software such as Sage) and vehicle tracking. JobWatch features intuitive reporting, including reporting on customer service and quality, business productivity, driver behaviour and risk management.

Chris recalls how “Implementing the system completely did away with paper in the office and in the field. We invoice instantly when a job is completed, and have seen our productivity and service levels hit new heights. This is just the beginning, as we believe that this technology will enable our company to grow without the cost and risk that goes with expansion. We look forward to celebrating 20 years in business next year, and the BigChange JobWatch system has given us exactly the tools we need to progress and grow our family business.”

Martin Port, CEO of BigChange commented, “We are delighted to have completed another successful implementation of JobWatch with Lynx Maintenance. JobWatch has revolutionised Lynx practices and processes, eliminated all paperwork and time consuming manual tasks.”

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Visit our stand P20 at Fleet Management LIVE and this will be on October at the 6th & 7th at the NEC Birmingham.

Fleet Management LIVE will be the definitive event for key company car decision makers, whether traditional fleet operator or non-fleet managers in procurement, finance, HR, travel and facilities management.

Fleet Management LIVE will cover all aspects of company car management from projecting the future direction of cars, vehicle technology and fleet management to practical and hands-on guidance on effectively running a fleet in today’s ever-changing market.

We look forward seeing you there.

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