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Alphabet partners with Licence Bureau to launch compliance management service

Alphabet has partnered with driver licence compliance company Licence Bureau, as part of its expanding driver compliance risk management offering.

The leasing company will be using Licence Bureau’s online Compliance Managed Services (CMS) portal, giving them access to a wide range of compliance and licence checking tools.

Licence Bureau’s CMS portal allows Alphabet to analyse everything from driving licence verification and Right to Work checks, from internal first aid training to MOT/roadworthiness verification, while working with Alphabet’s existing risk management systems.

It also proactively monitors fleets of drivers, alerting management of any risks according to severity, while it also provides an auditable health and safety trail, which helps Alphabet’s fleets to adhere to duty of care obligations.

The forward-thinking partnership sets the benchmark for driver licence checking and compliance, thanks to Licence Bureau’s comprehensive and market leading online platform. This ensures Alphabet are at the forefront of fleet services, finance and consultancy for car, commercial and electric vehicle solutions.

Diarmuid Fahy, Alphabet’s fleet risk services manager, said: “We are delighted to be working with Licence Bureau, a supplier who shares the same vision as Alphabet when it comes to helping fleets meet their duty of care and compliance requirements.

“We identified Licence Bureau as the most forward thinking provider, who sets the agenda for compliance across the entire fleet industry.

“Working together with Malcolm Maycock and the Licence Bureau team, we believe we can have a major impact on helping our customers continue to raise their standards in licence checking and compliance.”

Malcolm Maycock, Licence Bureau’s managing director, added: “Alphabet’s decision to employ our online CMS portal shows we are like minded companies with a shared vision.”


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