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Autoserve launches new broker platform with Motorlease

Vehicle management and maintenance provider Autoserve has partnered with MotorLease to offer its brokers access to guaranteed maintenance packages through a new all-in-one platform.

Autoserve offers a range of vehicle management solutions, such as SMR, accident management and breakdown assistance, ensuring its customers have 24/7 access to support. The new partnership with MotorLease will allow their partnered leasing brokers to automatically include Autoserve maintenance packages on their contract hire quotations when using the new platform.

The platform’s reach and accessibility were key factors behind the partnership.

Allen Whitby, Autoserve’s business development manager, said: “We’re delighted to be working with MotorLease, and have already been impressed by the rate of uptake of new clients. This partnership will enable us to reach out to more brokers and lease companies, which in turn will enable more people to gain access to our ‘one call does it all’ offering, a guarantee of first-class service and a number of money saving opportunities”.

Amanda Morgan, chief product officer at MotorLease, added: “We are always looking at opportunities to partner where there is value to be had for our brokers. The partnership with Autoserve does just that and allows brokers to have the option to automatically include maintenance packages from Autoserve, as part of the vehicle quotation.”

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