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Cassiopae joins the BVRLA

Global finance software provider Cassiopae has joined the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) as an associate member.

Alun Booth, CEO of Cassiopae’s UK operations, said: “As a leading provider of vehicle finance and fleet management software, Cassiopae is keen to support the BVRLA and its efforts.

“The BVRLA is one of the most professional, highly respected associations in the industry.”

Cassiopae’s Vehicle Lease and Fleet Management product manages contract hire, contract purchase, lease purchase, finance lease, hire purchase and fleet management contracts as well as complete maintenance histories for each vehicle.

A multi-company and multi-vehicle type product, the software enables efficient, secure leasing management from sales ledger billing to maintenance control, purchasing, and reserve account accruals.

Users receive advanced warning of road license renewals, mandatory inspections, and vehicle replacements required.

“Our goal is to leverage one of the most comprehensive solutions on the market together with our industry experience to bring value to the BVRLA and its members,” said Booth.

Gerry Keaney, chief executive of the BVRLA, said: "We are delighted to welcome Cassiopae into membership and look forward to working with them in the future.

"The vehicle rental and leasing sector is a vitally important, £14bn sector of the UK economy and membership of the BVRLA gives companies like Cassiopae unrivalled access to its key players.”

 


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