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Marshall Leasing launches new website

Marshall Leasing has launched a new version of its website.

The new site - www.marshall-leasing.co.uk - has adopted a new look and feel, as well as a greater functionality through new technology.

Jonathan Ross, sales and marketing director at Marshall Leasing, said:

“Historically our website has been designed progressively in house using group resources. Looking around at the industry and our competitors - we realised the time was right to seek the assistance of an outside agency to deliver more online functionality and really communicate what our core values are about. We also wanted to align ourselves with todays’ technology, allowing us to keep up with customer demands.  This is us making a commitment through the site to communicate the uniqueness of the Marshall Leasing brand and reputation within the vehicle management and funding sector, and putting effort into making the site an all-encompassing facility.”

Managing director Peter Cakebread, current chairman of the BVRLA, said:

“Far from resting on our laurels - the site reflects Marshall Leasing’s’ ambition for the future - to move things forward in a new and exciting way. Our energy has traditionally gone into underpinning the customer relationship, but now we want to launch from our recent success - looking to the future and re-investing in IT & staff dedicated to demonstrating our fervour to achieve greater success, efficiencies for our customers and deliver this feeling of purpose and change."


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