CMS and SABI tie-up to enhance fleet risk management in Latin America

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Fleets across Colombia and Latin America are now able to access latest driver safety and fleet risk management solutions under a deal between SABI and Collision Management Systems (CMS).

CMS says the tie-up with SABI will deliver a major step change in driver safety and fleet risk management in Colombia and Latin America

CMS is a global specialist in telematics data aggregation and fleet risk management software, and the tie-up will see logistics management firm SABI license the CMS software to deliver a major step change in driver safety and fleet risk management in the region.

CMS’s software will be used to analyse data from tens of thousands of journeys, every day. Data from more 40 different telematics systems, dispatch software, toll booths and vehicle inspections will all be aggregated, standardised and analysed.

SABI manages and monitors more than 70% of logistics journeys and the move means almost every fleet in the country will have immediate access to data-driven safety solutions. Plus, SABI, through monitoring every journey to ensure its safety, will also deliver proven insights to key insurance carriers operating in the market. All this is expected to bring a significant reduction in claims.

Additionally, SABI’s close work with the Colombian government will ensure the programme brings major support in the management of both the existing transport network and future infrastructure development plans, in particular as the country recovers from the impacts of Covid-19.

Luis Anaya, CEO of SABI by Destino Seguro, said: “CMS’s technology platform will integrate with our existing digital ecosystem, to provide a huge improvement in helping our customers. Most importantly, this will save lives while also improving efficiencies, to deliver cost savings.”


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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news - or gossip.