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New LICENCECHECK fleet management solution brings modular approach

Dubbed DAVIS, the hosted solution can cater for wide-ranging fleet needs including those of mixed fleets and local authorities and can be adapted as a company’s needs expand. It features a central dashboard that adapts in line with the selected services. 

At launch, DAVIS will initially focus on grey fleet users, with an autofill capability that populates vehicle details, road fund licence and MOT information automatically using DLVA, SMMT and DVLA data to ensure fast and accurate completion.  Useful features include prompts and reminders to drivers and managers about important dates and actions to be completed.  There is also a news broadcast to managers and drivers so that important information is easily disseminated.    

With a driving licence checking module already integrated into DAVIS, various other modules will be launched over the next couple of months including telematics, foreign driving licence document recognition and expenses management.  Additional modules including tachograph, replacement vehicle hire, driver assessment and training will be launched early in 2016. LICENCECHECK added that multiple options will be offered for third-party software solutions, meaning that companies already signed up to a particular product may be able to continue to do so under the DAVIS framework.

The firm added that DAVIS has been developed with input from experts in all the modules’ respective fields to ensure that functionality and essential features are present for each of its target user groups.

LICENCECHECK managing director Richard Brown said: “Offering powerful reporting facilities to managers, DAVIS uses technology to meet fleet requirements in the most efficient and cost-effective way, which is different to many existing products which rely on extensive manual intervention to manage services and provide report.”

Brown added: “Being able to mix and match modules to suit individual companies is a real bonus, and we’re confident that this feature, and its many other benefits, make it an ideal solution for all-vehicle and grey fleets.” 

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.