Norman-Spencer, an independent insurance agency, has deployed Cambridge Mobile Telematics’ DriveWell Fleet Program to help clients monitor driver performance and reduce automobile accidents.

On average, CMT’s insurance customers witness a 35% reduction in distracted driving due to phone usage and a 20% decrease in hard braking after 30 days of use, according to the vendor.

The firm’s smartphone telematics software is already in use by Norman-Spencer’s Institute of Risk Management and Safety—a public benefit corporation founded by the agency to help clients improve driver safety through the use of technology. Norman-Spencer’s customer base encompasses small-to-medium fleets ranging from tow trucks to concrete mixers and cranes. Each carrier adopting CMT’s platform will receive real-time location data on drivers leading to a reduction in operating expenses, according to the companies.

“CMT offers an advanced methodology for accurately capturing, aggregating and analyzing telematics data,” said Mark Aussicker, chief claims officer of Norman-Spencer, in a statement. “For us, that translates into fewer accidents, improved loss ratios and stronger partnerships with our clients.”

Norman-Spencer joins Aioi Nissay and State Auto, among 20-plus other carriers, as CMT customers.

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