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February 11, 2021

UK’s QV Systems partners with Licence Bureau

By Alejandro Gonzalez

London-based QV Systems, a provider of in-the-cloud services to asset finance companies, has announced a tie-up with the Licence Bureau, a UK supplier of driver licence validation IT services.

QV Systems said the partnership will complete its fleet management offering by allowing managers to prepare and maintain their fleets through cloud-first data management and automation services.

The Licence Bureau provides centralised driver-risk management software and compliance services.

Rebecca Duckworth, chief sales officer at QV Systems, said: “We’re proud to have partnered with the Licence Bureau to complete our fleet offering.

“It’s always important for us to secure the best partnerships to ensure we give clients and businesses the tools and technology they need to thrive. With this partnership we have added another feature to our solution, further helping and protecting our fleet management users remain compliant through additional driving licence checks.”

Steve Pinchen, sales director at Licence Bureau, said: “The partnership with QV Systems will allow an additional angle in the push for improving company driver compliance in the UK when dealing with customer expectations, risk and competition by offering Licence Bureau Driver Licence Checking services. It’s an exciting proposition for both companies matching up financing efficiency and driver compliance.”

On 14 January, Quotevine announced it was rebranding to QV Systems.

The name change symbolises the maturity of the company and the strengthening of its position as a dedicated company looking to help businesses become future-ready, the company said in a statement.

Alongside the name change, QV Systems has also renamed its innovative solution, previously known as the Quotevine Platform. QV Systems now reintroduces this as Accelerate: highlighting the flexible, cloud-based nature of the solution and ensuring that the middle and back-office functions of the solution are not overlooked, the company said.

Daniel Layne, QV Systems chief executive, said: “As a business that strives to innovate, we are constantly looking for ways to benefit the industries we operate in. Our current and future customers and partners need to feel confident when they’re looking for solutions that will prepare their business for the future. That’s what we’re committed to providing, and the rebrand will help us communicate the breadth of our offering more effectively”.

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