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Masternaut agrees deal with Lex Autolease

Masternaut has struck a deal with Lex Autolease to provide its connected vehicle technology across its fleet.

The partnership will allow Lex Autolease to provide its customers with a leasing offer which includes Masternaut’s fleet management solutions.

Masternaut will also work with Lex Autolease to assist its commercial vehicle customers in transitioning their fleet to electric vehicles (EVs) and more sustainable mobility.

Furthermore, Masternaut will support Lex Autolease in proactively managing its assets, which will be achieved both by providing maintenance data collected directly from LCVs and cars, but also from a smart vehicle check application that enables drivers to report the condition of their vehicles and track defects all the way through to resolution. 

Jason Gill, sales director at Masternaut, said: "We are very excited to work in partnership with Lex Autolease.”

Gill explained that the company’s high Net Promoter Score (NPS) was the “defining factor” in Lex Autolease choosing Masternaut.

“We look forward to helping their clients improve their day-to-day fleet operations by providing insights which will in turn bring them a competitive advantage,” he said. 


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