LEADING fleet management software provider ODO has restructured its business. It aims to establish itself as a platform of growth for brokers and dealers in a post-coronavirus leasing world.
With a significant investment last year in parent company Drive Software Solutions from Viva Investment Partners, and a shakeup of the board structure last month, ODO says it is now more agile and more capable of delivering digital solutions for the future.
Simon West-Oliver, newly promoted to the role of strategic partnerships director, says brokers with a long-term vision should consider the depth of talent offered by the ODO platform. He told Broker News:
“Brokers need to understand the power of ODO and not only how it can now deliver customer solutions through the current coronavirus instability, but how it can assist into the post-COVID-19 world where mobility management will be a crucial industry driver.”
West-Oliver added that ODO offered brokers recurring revenue opportunities through its ability to sell automated services without increasing headcount.
Brokers can access ODO as a standalone product or as part of the cap hpi end-to-end website offering Broker Complete.
Brokers who already run ODO fleet management software include Concept Vehicle Leasing, Rivervale Leasing, MyBigGreenFleet.com, Balgores Leasing, AFL, Motorlet, and Yorkshire Fleet.
As part of the new restructure, Julie Meyer and René Eichenberger from Viva Investments have joined the board, David King has joined as CEO and Robert Gorby joins as chief commercial officer. Eichenberger added:
“This is now a winning team. We are open for business. The momentum is strong, and the opportunity in mobility tremendous.”
Ralph Morton is the leading journalist in the leasing broker sector and editor of Broker News, the website which provides information and news for BVRLA-registered leasing brokers. He also writes extensively on the fleet and leasing market in both the UK and Europe.