Sandicliffe Motor Contracts are delighted to announce the successful launch of their new leasing, rental and fleet management system ‘DRIVE’.
Working in collaboration with DRIVE Software Solutions, together both companies completed the final stage of the transition and as of Monday, 22 January 2018 are now live with DRIVE.
The new systems integration is part of Sandicliffe Motor Contracts ongoing infrastructure and development strategy and will provide the team and its customers with the necessary tools to add growth, further evolving the business.
Managing Director Alastair Houston commented, “As a business we believe that we should be ‘easy to do business with’ and the decision to integrate DRIVE will give us a perfect opportunity to streamline and modernise our daily operations.
From electronic invoicing, to a brand-new and improved customer portal, we are confident that the benefits which DRIVE will bring us will add value to our customer experience, creating positive impact both internally, and externally for our customers, as well as efficiently develop new opportunities in the future.”
Over the past year the team at Sandicliffe Motor Contracts worked tirelessly to ensure a seamless transition, keeping customer disruption to a minimum and have reported the successful migration over to the new system without any closure or delays.
“We couldn’t have done it without the support of our team, DRIVE and customers. From the beginning, all stakeholders have played a pivotal part throughout the journey, from early testing and developmental, through to the successful launch.” added Alastair.
Investing in the future
Looking ahead to life after ‘Go Live’, Sandicliffe Motor Contracts are positive that they not only have a new leasing, rental and fleet management system fit for today, but also that DRIVE will act as gateway to connect us to all aspects of the industry and it is with this boost of connectivity, that Sandicliffe Motor Contracts can look forward to revamping our entire customer experience and evolving the business into the twenty-first century.
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