Collision Management Systems has appointed Rory Maher as Sales Director.

As Sales Director, Maher will play a key role in promoting CMS’s software as a service (SaaS) platform to insurers and fleet operators.

Which are two key markets for Collision Management Systems.

The platform turns real-time collision data, taken from telematics devices, into significant insurance savings.

It does this by providing insurers with actionable information, in less than one hour of an incident happening, and free from the data noise often associated with telematics.

This capability allows them to more rapidly respond to the incident and FNOL (First Notification of Loss).

And with this increase in speed, they can take ownership of the management of the incident. Thereby providing a better service to their customers and keeping costs under control.

Rory Maher head and shoulders photo

Cost control from real time crash detection

That cost control element has recently been proved.

With Collision Management Systems’ solution proven to cut the cost of each claim by at least £1,600 (independently validated by Plexus Law).

Which it turn can dramatically boost the return on investment both insurers and fleet operators get from investing in telematics.

A Sales Director with industry experience

Formerly sales director at Trimble. Maher led the sale and delivery of telematics and field service management solutions for four of the five largest fleets in the UK.

He brings considerable market experience from this and previous senior sales positions at Vodafone and C&W.

CMS – a unique value add

​Commenting on his new role, Maher said

“CMS offers Telematics businesses a unique value-add for their customers.

Its ability to cut claims costs, future-proof technology and reduce the time and effort of handling vehicle generated big-data gives it a significant competitive edge.

And, because it’s agnostic, seamless, and easy to integrate, it can be deployed swiftly, effortlessly and to scale.

CMS is already partnering with many of the UK’s leading telematics providers and is anticipating several major announcements in the months to come.”