Epyx has become the latest company to sign-up to ICFM’s rapidly expanding Corporate Investor Programme.
The initiative is designed to appeal to employers, such as Epyx, that provide products and services to fleets, further raising the standards of fleet industry professionals.
Epyx’s 1link platforms cover functions including vehicle procurement, maintenance, hire, disposal and relicensing. They have been adopted by fleets totalling more than four million vehicles, around 18,000 service providers, and nearly all motor manufacturers on behalf of their franchise networks.
Epyx’s commercial director Tim Meadows said: “We work closely with fleets on virtually all of their major purchasing activities, so we already have a strong knowledge base but, by joining the ICFM, we aim to both expand on our knowledge and experience, especially when it comes to making use of the organisation’s well-known and respected training courses.”
ICFM’s sales director Peter Eldridge said: “We are delighted that epyx has recognised the value that ICFM can deliver through the Corporate Investor Programme and joined at Affiliate level.
“We hope that many other businesses will clearly see the value for money benefits of membership and the training and learning opportunities available and then enrol their employees in the various courses and attend our events, whether that be the ICFM’s annual conference or its Masterclasses tackling key fleet decision-maker issues.
“Investment in ICFM adds credibility and value to businesses and their employees and provides an invaluable network of contacts and benefits.”
Among companies that have also joined ICFM’s Corporate Investor Programme since its launch are: Accident Exchange Group, Ambit, Auto Windscreens, CD Auction Group, Chargemaster, Fleet Operations, Geotab, Kwik Fit, Michelin, Pendragon Vehicle Management, SG Fleet, Sign Language, Thrifty Car & Van Rental and TMC.