Ebbon-Dacs is introducing new functionality within its Leaselink product, including a new vehicle ordering dashboard.
The new functionality is being introduced at no extra cost to current users, and includes a new analytical user dashboard that provides leasing companies with the metrics to see how any aspect of the new vehicle ordering and delivery process is performing in one screen.
The dashboard offers real time information of the latest developments within the business and a forecast for the coming 12 months, and can be tailored to a specific leasing company and their exact requirements.
It can show, for example, the current popularity trends amongst vehicles being purchased through the system so that re-marketing plans can be modified in response to increases in volumes for any specific model.
This complements a newly-launched data warehouse module that provides more in-depth reporting of a customised nature for end users of Leaselink, the UK’s most widely used e-procurement platform.
The current generation Leaselink handles the sourcing, ordering and delivery of more than 110,000 fleet vehicles a year on behalf of the majority of major leasing and fleet management companies in the UK.
Robert Pilkington, managing director of the Leaselink International division of Ebbon-Dacs, said:
“These first releases for new generation Leaselink have been developed in conjunction with our users groups and are at no extra cost to users.
“They are part of a rolling upgrade programme to replace all aspects of the current system and bring greater functionality, more flexibility and enhanced reporting capabilities for our users.
“After working so hard on the technical back end of the system, it is exciting for our team to begin to see the fruits of these efforts and we are looking forward to revealing each new module.
“We also truly appreciate how much input our customers have given us at user groups and through process reviews with our analysts. We particularly appreciate their patience while we built up the back end technology."