• it's FLEXIBLE

    Deals easily with holidays, appointments, days off and sickness

  • it's CUSTOMISABLE

    Change the labels, terms and options to make it specific to your needs

  • it's VERY EASY!

    Designed for users who might not be confident with computers

WHAT IS DRIVER PLANNER?

Driver Planner is a 'repeating diary' which helps you keep track of drivers and people who either attend a clinic, hospice or day centre, or are visited by carers or service provides on a regular, repeating basis.
You can see who will attend or be visited on any given day and which drivers are available on that day to provide a service. By telling Driver Planner which drivers usually attend to which people you will quickly build a repeating schedule that you can view weeks or months in advance, and which updates automatically as people and drivers register holidays, days off, appointments and so on.

WHO IS IT PERFECT FOR?

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    Hospices & Clinics

    Ideal if your Hospice relies on volunteers to collect and return patients

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    Care Homes

    Perfect if you collect elderly people for social days and regular events

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    Day Centres

    Great for those who run a Day Centre and organise the transportation

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    Deliveries & Visits

    Do you deliver meals, medicines or provide care to housebound residents?

CAN I TRY IT?

Of course! Click here to download a free Trial Version of Driver Planner which has all the functionality of the full version except it doesn't save the database at the end of each session.


CAN I BUY IT?

Definitely! You need to purchase one copy of Driver Planner for each site where it will be installed. There is no limit on the number of users who can use Driver Planner on each site.

See it in action

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Tried To Use Outlook?

If you've already tried using Outlook or another diary application for organising rotas you'll know it's not easy, but that's because Outlook wasn't designed for doing that - but Driver Planner is.
Why struggle with something which isn't suitable when there's a purpose-built application for doing exactly what you need?

...or a whiteboard?

Whether you've tried tracking things on a whiteboard or by writing it in diaries there's always a chance that someone will slip through the cracks or a driver will be sent on a wasted journey.
Driver Planner is so easy to use, why not give it a try?