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Licencecheck ready for real time checking

Licencecheck has completed its transfer to the DVLA's new Public Service Network (PSN), ready for real-time licence checking.

According to the company, their real-time development and service is almost complete and will allow existing and new clients to complete licence checks at the point of request, with results being available within seconds, in addition to the overnight batch service currently offered.

Richard Brown, chairmanand managing director said: "Working collaboratively with the DVLA has been a pleasure, and the transfer has been seamless considering the technical and security challenges.”

Kevin Birch, client services and network infrastructure manager, added: “We have been in regular contact with the DVLA, testing the IT environment to ensure that all connections at the final stages are a success. The migration to PSN on 30 October was successful on the first attempt.”

The Company are awaiting the DVLA’s completion of the final stages of the real-time solution to allow transmission and connection to  customers.

This work is anticipated to be completed within the existing development sprint expected by the end of 2014.


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