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Select Car Leasing and ODO agree fleet management partnership

Select Car Leasing has agreed a partnership with ODO, to offer fleet management services to its customers.

The partnership provides Select with the ability to offer an end-to-end fleet management service to accompany its broker business.

ODO is part of Drive Software Solutions, a provider of fleet management technology for the leasing broker and dealer sectors. ODO say it offers a fleet management solution which will help transfer Select’s service to the fleet management sector.

Following an in-house testing period, Select says the team were impressed with ODO’s ease of use and functional capabilities.

Graham Conway, general manager at Select Car Leasing, said: “Expanding our proposition to include full fleet management services is mission critical to our future growth and to satisfy our evolving customer needs.

“We needed a partner and a platform that we could trust to deliver on our brand promise to our customers. We’ve been impressed with the ODO platform and are excited about the potential of this partnership.

“It provides us and our clients with a seamless, automated end-to-end fleet management solution which will help save time and reduce fleet costs.”

In April this year, Select announced it was forming a partnership with Cameron Clarke Leasing.

Robert Gorby, chief commercial officer for ODO, said: “We’re delighted Select Car Leasing have entrusted ODO to support them with their business expansion in fleet management services.”

“Select are a widely known and well-respected business in the market and we look forward to working with them to enhance their fleet offering and provide the 5-star fleet management solution their customers have come to expect.”

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