Sopp+Sopp has announced a partnership with Concirrus to deliver technology solutions for its fleet and commercial clients.
Sopp+Sopp, part of the AGL family, works with some of the country’s best-known fleet providers to provide end-to-end accident management, servicing hundreds of thousands of claims a year.
The partnership will see Concirrus’ Quest Automotive Fleet platform, which combines multiple data sources to produce rich insight, integrated with Sopp+Sopp’s systems to generate faster, more detailed accident reporting capabilities, it says.
Callum Langan, chief customer officer at Sopp+Sopp, explained: “We’re defined by our customers and their needs and we know they rely on quality information to advance liability decision making.
“Technology-led reporting tools are integral to this, and that’s why we’re investing in developing solutions that will offer our clients unique, data-based insights.”
Craig Hollingworth, Concirrus’ business development officer, added: “Integrating with Quest Automotive Fleet, Sopp+Sopp will be able to ingest vast amounts of telemetry data direct from their client’s fleet, regardless of hardware suppliers. This will offer the very best support and response times to their client’s dedicated drivers.”
Founded in 2015, AGL owns Sopp+Sopp, Motor Repair Network, Sopp Parts and Activate Accident Repair.
Motor Repair Network offers insurance personal lines accident management, handling fault and non-fault claims.
Sopp Parts specialises in stocking vehicle parts with long-lead times to reduce key-to-key times and Activate Accident Repair is AGLs’ new body shop division, with branches in Birmingham and Glasgow with further sites to follow in Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool in 2020.