Ebbon-Dacs has launched upgrades to its Leaselink e-procurement platform to streamline the latest releases, improve reporting and increase transparency.
Leaselink is used to electronically source more than 210,000 vehicles a year, linking around 2,000 franchised dealers and several vehicle manufacturers to a community of leasing, rental and fleet management suppliers.
Traditionally, Leaselink updates have been launched around six months apart, but from April new releases will be more frequent, typically monthly, in smaller batches of code.
Ebbon-Dacs has also revealed the latest developments for the procurement module for both light and heavy commercial vehicles within Leaselink.
These include a new supplier portal for major third party suppliers, including conversion specialists, fitters of ancillary equipment and racking providers, to update the progress of special fitments and adaptation work to commercial vehicles in the order pipeline.
In a further new development, Ebbon-Dacs also revealed that it would be releasing a version of Leaselink accessible on multiple browsers, widening its reach and scope.
Leaselink product manager Angela Trendell said: “These latest enhancements to Leaselink will increase not just functionality across a number of key areas, but will streamline upgrades to the platform, reducing reaction and implementation time so that our users can benefit from important changes more quickly.
“This is part of our ongoing strategy to closely and more frequently connect with our customers to help plan future developments to the platform for everyone’s benefit.”