Performance management scorecards added to PowerVue

Cadec Global has added performance management scorecards to its PowerVue system, allowing managers to track and report on driver and vehicle performance in real time.

The scorecards, also known as GYR for their graphical display of green, yellow or red statuses, provide fleet managers with an intuitive, easy-to-read report on driver behavior based on key performance indicators (KPI’s) that highlight issues, such as speeding, idling, over revving, or sudden decelerations, the company said. There are more than 50 configurable metrics available for fleet managers to monitor in real time or use in periodic assessments, including excess idling, speeding events, out of route miles, unknown stops, average miles per gallon, as well as pickup and delivery performance.

Metrics can be categorized to create scorecards by driver, vehicle, site and excess cost, and further specified to track items such as driver safety, driver fuel efficiency, driver performance, vehicle fuel efficiency, vehicle engine wear, and vehicle performance.

Trending data, current status, and key indicators for each of these categories on easy-to-read dashboards are available, Cadec said. Managers can also choose their own metrics to measure, define status and trend thresholds, scale factors, and cost factors to customize the scorecards for their own fleet.

“We are proud to build on this popular customer functionality with these expanded scorecards and offer the largest library of performance metrics in the industry.  They are a big step forward in tracking, analyzing and modifying driver behavior to optimize fleet performance,” said Jon Bernstein, CEO of Cadec.  “Performance management through advanced scorecarding allows fleets to set company-wide standards, measure effectively against those standards, and modify behavior to improve fleet safety and performance, and reduce excess costs.”

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