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AA DriveTech and a2om International announce formal partnership

The leadership teams of both AA DriveTech and a2om international have announced a formal partnership focused on delivering online risk assessment and e-learning technology to the corporate fleet management world. This fleet market initiative is part of a broader strategic relationship between the two companies that also includes the AA Driving School and a number of driver awareness schemes delivered by AA DriveTech on behalf of many UK Police forces.

Nick Rowley, chief executive officer, a2om international commented “a2om is delighted to be partnering AA DriveTech for the provision of online learning tools for the fleet market. The AA’s reputation and desire to bring the latest and best thinking to fleet driver safety is a fantastic opportunity for a2om to broaden the reach of their driver education modules and help deliver real benefit to all those who drive for work.”

Jim Kirkwood, managing director, AA DriveTech said “We’ve had a strong commercial relationship with a2om for several years but this new agreement will mean we can share information, knowledge and expertise to deliver top quality solutions to our clients. We want a close and mutually beneficial relationship with a company that is pre-eminent in online risk management and training – a2om is that company.

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