Mobility technology company Fleetondemand has added new capabilities to its core rental management and ground transportation technology.
The D4M platform now integrates different providers across flexible leasing, ride hailing, global taxi, chauffeur, car club and pooling of automotive assets.
Fleetondemand has also changed its billing engine to create invoicing which covers a minute, hour, day or any period up to three years.
A variety of customer payment options have been added offering account, credit card and PayPal integrations.
To mark the launch of the D4M upgrade Fleetondemand has also relaunched its website.
Commenting on the development, CEO Justin Whitston (pictured) said: "We took a strategic look at our business core technologies and see the future of automotive mobility being centred around a variety of connected automotive business models which are used, not owned or leased long term.
"This also highlighted the blurring of the lines between business and consumer services which we now start to see many leading leasing companies attempting to move into.
"To keep ahead and innovate it was clear a ground transport distribution system to aggregate the on-demand supply chain and to power new automotive business models presents a clear opportunity globally."
Fleetondemand was established just over five years ago and has since seen significant growth in the fleet industry. Transactionally the platform processes more than 1,000 bookings per day at an annual value more than £150 million in the UK and UK outbound.
Whitston said that the company is now looking to rapidly expand into new services direct to market and overseas.
"Our D4M strategy provides us with the innovation and technology to enable this," he said.