ODO has announced it has signed an agreement with TysonCooper to provide fleet management solutions to its customers.
Partnering with ODO will allow TysonCooper to expand its fleet management offering, while unlocking capacity within its business and within its customers' business, it says.
Chris Harbutt, sales director at TysonCooper, said: “Many of our customers face similar capacity issues to TysonCooper. It was important to find a partner who could enable both us and our customer to automate mundane processes, free up time and talent and enable a better experience between driver, fleet manager and broker.
“ODO delivers in spades and gives us the ability to expand our offering safe in the knowledge that our customers will benefit from time savings whilst also staying compliant and reducing fleet management costs.”
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TysonCooper says it had a limited capacity within its business and recognised the need to automate processes and expand its offering in order to scale.
It also required a solution that could accelerate its repeats, renewals and referrals by keeping them relevant through the lifecycle of a lease.
Robert Gorby, chief commercial officer at ODO, said: “To partner with an ambitious broker like TysonCooper is very exciting. They recognise the market is changing for brokers and expanding to fleet management is a natural progression.
“ODO enables TysonCooper to future proof their business by giving them the flexibility to adapt to the changing market.”
TysonCooper is a fully approved member of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) and the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA).
This latest deal comes after ODO signed an agreement with Synergy Car Leasing to provide fleet management services to its customer base.