Idelic has revealed its partnership with Instructional Technologies Inc., an online driver training provider. Through this partnership, Idelic has integrated ITI's driver training software, PRO-TREAD, into the Idelic Safety Suite. The training software will automatically update driver profiles in the Safety Suite, and training scheduled from the Safety Suite will now populate ITI's Sentix learning management system.
“By integrating with ITI, drivers and their managers benefit through full driver life cycle management. Coupling PRO-TREAD trainings with Idelic’s comprehensive driver management and predictive analytics allows fleets to understand driver risk, identify how best to train them, and provide scalable content that directly affects and improves their behavior,” Idelic founder and chief executive officer, Hayden Cardiff says.
Through this integration, all fleet training data will be accessible alongside all other driver data in one platform. Drivers identified as being at-risk with Idelic's AI-based predictive analytics can be easily assigned tailored training and coaching from ITI's top-tier training service. This functionality will assist fleets in preventing accidents before a major incident occurs.
“Idelic is a forward-thinking software company helping fleets crystallize actionable insights from a firehose of data,” Marius Karoy, chief business development officer at ITI says. “Often, when it comes to driver and telematics data, assigning training is the fastest action with the biggest reduction in liability. It shows that not only does the company actively pay attention to their drivers, but targeted training shows the fleet wants to help them improve as individuals.”
The partnership marks another step forward for the transportation and trucking industry. ITI and Idelic's combined industry and technical knowledge will foster new opportunities to educate their customers and networks on fleet safety and driver management. In addition, the companies will continue to improve the safety of drivers and those sharing the roads with them.