Why did we start DriverNet?
With over 50 years of combined experience working in Logistics and IT management, our founders have worked for blue-chip clients such as BP, M&S, Starbucks, Formula 1, and set up international humanitarian aid supply chains.
From making the deliveries to planning routes, and dispatching the drivers to building IT systems, our inside knowledge of transport, its people and their challenges inspired us to create a unique platform that goes beyond other competitor systems in the market.
Our journey is only just starting. Our platform is now used to manage a wide range of transport operations across home delivery, grey fleet, schools, passenger & patient transport, freight and logistics, courier operations, security patrols, leisure and travel, DRT and bus operations.
We work with our clients to shape our award-winning app into a world-class solution that fits every transport sector, and provide businesses with powerful tools to automate day to day operations, so they can focus more on what matters; their people, their customers, safety and performance.
"Help Transport Businesses to Operate in Smart, Safe & Sustainable Ways"
To provide technology that goes beyond increasing safety & performance, and enables our customers to develop stronger employee relationships, workplace experiences and company cultures, whilst supporting them to work in more sustainable ways
CEO Anthony Chisnall
Our three guiding principles are why we exist as a business :
Evolve your people into smart employees through improved experiences, visible leadership and guide customers on the journey of digitising and automating their key processes
Give our customers the platform to improve operational and personal safety, and create a top-down safety-first culture in their business
Provide large and small transport operators and businesses with the tools to become more sustainable and reach carbon neutrality
We promote Transport for Good using the power of our people, technology and networks to support social value projects at home and abroad.
photo courtesy of Hubbub
In response to the outbreak of the Ukraine conflict, we helped set up humanitarian aid supply chains sending pallet loads of food and equipment to refugee centres where they are most needed in Ukraine; as well as translate our app into Ukrainian to help direct drivers to their destinations.
Climate Change Grant
DriverNet was awarded a Climate Change grant from St Helens Council. the grant was promoted in response to St Helens Council's declaration of a climate emergency and promise to becoming carbon-free by 2040.
The money bought electric pedal vehicles which are used to deliver food in St Helens and Earlestown, using the DriverNet app. The scheme will be managed by St Helens College's business faculty students, who will provide free access to the fleet and our app to local businesses.
DriverNet is committed to helping businesses adopt paperless and sustainable operation practices.
Through our partnership with Earthly we plant 5 mangrove trees for every user of our DriverNet apps – and we plant 5 more for every year they stay with us. St Helens Council has had 25 drivers with us for 3 years – meaning we have planted 375 mangrove trees on their behalf.