UK-based Lincolnshire Security reports that it has gained “complete visibility” of its mobile operation by deploying Kinesis vehicle telematics and mobile system. The recently implemented cloud-based tracking system gives the Boston based company round the clock monitoring of mobile staff for resource planning, incident response, customer reporting and health and safety responsibilities.
Offering a wide range of guarding and mobile security, Lincolnshire Security service offering includes alarm response and key holding, mobile patrols, static guards and special event security.
Integration with fuel cards from UK Fuels, Kinesis also gives Lincolnshire Security additional intelligence including driver performance data and financial transactions with a single SaaS platform for all their fleet-related data. Other benefits of Kinesis include live traffic alerts and congestion reports, improved security and asset management and better financial management.
“We have used vehicle tracking now for some time now,” commented Lee Revell, account manager at Lincolnshire Security Ltd. “So when the time came to review the in-situ system we looked around for alternatives. Kinesis was cost efficient, functionally rich and integrated with our existing fuel cards.”
“Kinesis is easy to use with live location reports, updated every 30 seconds, displayed against an easy to interpret map screen. It’s also easy to access – available on any Internet connected device,” continued Revell. “The peace of mind provided by Kinesis coupled with the additional evidence based reporting is critical for staff safety and customer reporting and will help us control costs as we continue to grow the business.”
Kinesis integrated fuel cards will help Lincolnshire Security reduce paperwork associated with credit card or expenses claims and improve the management of fuel consumption with accurate MPG calculations potentially assisting in decreasing costs and environmental emissions.
Kinesis can also deliver driver performance data, including speeding, harsh braking and accelerating and idling, which can be used to monitor and improve driver behaviour for additional health and safety monitoring and cost control.
Established as a family business in 1998, Lincolnshire Security assists both private individuals and businesses, including the local NHS and Council. The company employs a team of professionally trained and fully licenced, under the Home Office’s Security Industry Authority (SIA) regulations, officers and Lincolnshire Security is also on the SIA Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) register, a list of organisations that have distinguished themselves as the best providers of private security services in the UK.