Ebbon-Dacs, e-procurement specialist for major leasing and fleet management companies, has announced an upgrade to the home page of its e-procurement platform Leaselink.
The Leaselink platform currently electronically sources more than 210,000 vehicles a year and automates the vehicle procurement process.
Robert Pilkington, director at Ebbon-Dacs, said:”We have made significant investment in man-months in the new front end to Leaselink.
"But we are now confident that what we have is a considerable and significant enhancement over the previous version.
“End-users will not only find it far more attractive visually with a more modern and up-to-date look and feel, but they will be pleased with the new levels of functionality, transparency and accuracy in terms of the timing of each vehicle transaction.
“As well as enhanced filtering, the more advanced timer system will now allow users to track the progress of each individual order in the system more accurately and with more precision, while the new front end will pave the way to providing access to a larger number of browsers.
“There is also access to extra information with quick look-up functionality for each order to again improve speed and efficiency for users. We are confident that Leaselink users will find the new front end is a significant new development and a major step forward for the platform.”
Customer pilots of the new home page will commence after the next Leaselink release in the first quarter of 2018.
The changes to the platform were announced at Ebbon-Dacs’ annual Leaselink community conference in Buckinghamshire that was attended by senior representatives from major contract hire and leasing companies, fleet dealers and OEMs.
At the event, delegates were also provided with details of further Ebbon-Dacs developments, including the electronic vehicle delivery and collection solution, MoDel. MoDel now handles some 18,000 vehicle movements per month.