plan & organise your regular passenger routes, schedule & track your fleet/contract vehicles using Flexiroute a mature & robust web based platform utilised across the UK, Europe and USA by business' ranging from small CT schemes through to busy Local Authority Transport departments.

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Flexiroute is a web based demand responsive passenger transport scheduling system that will improve the efficiency of the service you provide, the effectiveness of your transport fleet and the volume of passengers you carry.

Flexiroute has been in use for a number of years by Passenger Transport Executives, Local Authorities, Health Trusts and Community Transport organisations across the UK, Europe and USA providing an efficient and effective solution for managing transport scheduling aimed primarily at SEN, the elderly and people with disabilities.

  • Verisign Certified Secure Site available 24/7 enabling flexible working with all data held securely at our ISO27001 accredited Data Centre in the UK
  • Multiple server redundancy with databases replicated in real time therefore not reliant on one server housed on a local PC
  • Single system operated simultaneously from a variety of locations operating independently of local services, eg. power-cut (work from home or other offices)
  • No on-site visit to install software eliminating individual PC issues & associated costs and no equipment to purchase, install and maintain
  • Backed up daily both on and off site
  • Unlimited technical and operational support
  • License by product not by seat

An intuitive, comprehensive integrated transport management web based solution which is easy to implement, easy to use and very cost effective.

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Planroute is a route planning tool to enable you to plan, optimise and manage regular routes either manually or automatically for applications such as Home to School, SEN and Social Care Transport to places such as Schools, Day Centres, Workplaces, etc.

Using the easy import facility, Planroute allows you to create either a single or multiple daily schedules for each customer specifying the locations travelled to and from and the periods in which travel takes place (eg. Weekdays, AM and PM).

Using the interactive mapping tool, Planroute allows the user to visualise all customers travelling to the selected establishments and create routes either manually or using the optimisation engine.

Planroute allows the user to maintain a tight control over efficiency of routes and costings by managing the Operators and their associated Contracts.

Optimise regular routes

Through use of the interactive map Planroute allows you to visualise and optimise your regular routes.

Create & compare 'what-if' scenarios

Optimisation profiles can be created to utilise alternative vehicle configurations allowing you to generate multiple routes and compare the results to ensure maximum efficiency.

Route Maintenance

Planroute allows constant monitoring of routes to ensure optimal use of vehicles. Routes can be rolled on to the next academic year, automatically removing leavers and adding new starters without having to re-import data.

Manage Operators & Contracts

Routes can be assigned to Contracts and managed daily including cost forecasting, adjustments and invoice reconciliation.

Integrated with Flexiroute

Flexiroute is a web-based passenger scheduling system that will improve the efficiency of the service you provide, the effectiveness of your transport fleet and the volume of passengers you carry. Routes created in Planroute can be scheduled into Flexiroute for management and monitoring on a day to day basis.

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Trackroute is a vehicle tracking solution that is available either as a stand-alone system or fully integrated with our web based on-line route scheduling management solution.

Trackroute gives you visibility of your vehicles allowing you to view live information on the current position and status of each vehicle and driver.

As well as providing the basic tracking information, GPS location, speed and heading information will be available for display on the tracking map.

There are a number of additional features which provide valuable information that can be used to monitor driver behaviour; speed, cornering, harsh braking and excessive acceleration and vehicle performance to generate alerts for accident or theft.

Real time vehicle position

View the current real time position of your vehicles on integrated maps with the ability to drill down to street level

Historic trace of vehicle movements

Trace historic vehicle movements to identify unauthorised mileage or schedule deviations

Integration with flexiroute schedule

Provides visibility of real time or historic vehicle position in relation to the flexiroute schedule

Driver behaviour information

Monitor driver behaviour to provide fuel savings and prevent accidents

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Careroute comprises of a Community Care module with functionality to manage Sheltered housing, Day Centres, Safeguarded Customers and Civil emergency planning.

Social prescribing, is a means of enabling GP's and Primary care professionals to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services. Recognising that people’s health is determined primarily by a range of social, economic and environmental factors, social prescribing seeks to address people's needs in a holistic way.

Care & Repair is a module designed to help schedule and co-ordinate the allocation of jobs to tradesmen.

The Community Care module is used to store information relating to Customers attending Day Centres and Sheltered Housing accommodation in the area and the services they use. This information needs to be readily accessible in the event of civil emergencies.

Induction for new tenants, Assessment & Support plans and Handover notes can be created and transport can be organised and planned for attending Day Centre's. Vulnerable people data can be identified and exported, Civil emergency reports can quickly and easily generated.

Client Information
  • Manages all relevant client information
  • Schedule transport to Day Centres
  • Create and store associated paperwork, handover notes, induction reports, assessment and support plans
Social Prescribing
  • Store information as to whether an individual can manage their own finances
  • If they need help with housing, social activities, practical help with cleaning, shopping, cooking etc
  • Easily export vulnerable people data
  • Create civil emergency reports

Care & Repair – Companies and Tradesmen can be configured along with types of jobs e.g fit bath rail, grab rails, fit smoke alarms, change light fittings, clean patio, install dishwasher etc.

Jobs are assigned to a Company and Tradesman and scheduled to be completed. A jobsheet is filled-in and signed off by the Local Authority. A graphical timeline view displays the jobs scheduled each day.

Client Information
  • Manages all relevant client information
  • Schedule a job to meet client requirements
Companies & Tradesmen
  • Manages all relevant Company information
  • Record Tradesmen and their skills
Job Types
  • Store type of jobs that can be carried out by the tradesmen; eg: Assemble flat-pack furniture, fit new smoke alarm etc.
  • Schedule jobs to tradesmen
  • Graphical timeline view of jobs by date/day
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Deliveroute is a delivery software solution aimed at providing Local Authorities with the ability to plan and schedule deliveries such as Care Packages, Food, Medical Supplies or any other emergency essentials to vulnerable members of the local community.

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Tel: 01642 687000

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Unit 6 The Office Campus
Red Hall Court
Paragon Business Village
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DriverApp Privacy Notice for Flexiroute

1. What we need

Our Personal Data Protection Policy governs the use and storage of your data. Data Images Software Solutions Ltd is a Processor of the personal data you (data subject) provide us. The Data Controller is your provider who uses our software. We collect the following types of personal data from you:

• Full Name

• Address

• Telephone Numbers

• Email Addresses

• Location Data

2. Why we need it

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• Providing specific services to you via your Provider

• This app collects location data to enable tracking of the vehicle and automatic mileage logging even when the app is closed or not in use by running in the background

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