The system, which claims to reduce the vehicle re-licensing process for a 20,000 strong fleet from three working days to just a few hours each month, can save fleets time and labour costs.
Dave Tanner, licensing manager at Bank of Scotland, which has already signed up to the system, said: 'It would be physically impossible to do our job without this system, as with a fleet of over 80,000 vehicles we are handling about 5,000 to 6,000 licences per month.
'One major advantage is that we can obtain bulk orders of tax discs in whatever order we want, be it customer number or order number.'
The system, which covers the process of re-licensing from delivering V5 forms electronically to the Driver Vehicle and Leasing Agency (DVLA), completely removes the need for paper.
Oasis managing director Terry Hale said: 'The system is faster, easier to use and more accurate than the customary manual process. The DVLA would welcome all UK fleets with a minimum of 1,000 vehicles to trade electronically in this way.'