Inspired Gaming

Fully outsourced fleet management solution for Inspired Gaming’s UK van and car fleet

The story so far

Working together since 2009, our relationship with Inspired Gaming, the world’s leading supplier of server-based gaming products, started by providing maintained contract hire for their UK fleet of 200 vehicles.

As time passed, we became more involved with the fleet management side of the business, supporting with driver licence checks, daily rentals and accident management, until the decision was made in 2015 to hand their entire fleet operation over to us. We have been succesfuly working in partnership with Inspired Gaming ever since delivering a fully outsourced fleet solution.

We work with Inspired Gaming to provide:

Plus additional bespoke fleet management services, including:

  • 24/7 driver support helpline
  • Driver Licence Checks
  • Management of P11Ds & Motor Insurance Database

How do we do it?

Built on trust and understanding, our established relationship with Inspired Gaming was the perfect platform to design a fully bespoke fleet solution.

With Gary Black as Inspired Gaming’s dedicated Key Account Manager, he acts as their central point of contact. He’s on-hand to offer help and support whenever they need it and because Gary has been a part of the journey from the very beginning, his knowledge of the fleet and the people at Inspired Gaming enables the relationship to flourish.

With a tailor-made driver support helpline and regular review meetings we have open and transparent methods of communication to ensure we always keep Inspired Gaming up-to-date.

What Inspired Gaming says?

“It was an easy decision in the end to move to a completely outsourced fleet management arrangement with Sandicliffe Motor Contracts.Over the past few years we have been impressed with their capability to deliver a high level of service in a friendly but professional way.

We know the team over at Sandicliffe Motor Contracts well and know they are always on the end of the phone should we need their advice.”

John Carrington, Global Service Operations Director