Domus Nova Sign Up For Fleet Management Tool

July 22, 2013

Domus Nova, a Notting Hill estate agency, has signed up to use Car leasing made simple’s (AFL’s) Fleet Management Tool.

AFL’s online fleet management tool helps Domus Nova easily and efficiently manage it’s company car and grey fleet and also its drivers.

Domus Nova has 3 offices in West London that specialise in high-end, design-led properties. The sales and lettings negotiators and managers utilise cars from their Audi only fleet when necessary.

Domus Nova’s director, Arnaud Cheung, had this to say about the Fleet Management Tool: “Signing up to Fleet management made simple™ really has streamlined our fleet management process. The tool is intuitive, extremely user friendly and shows all important information at a glance.

A collage of images from Domus Nova

“A real advantage has been the reduction in our fleet insurance costs by almost 50% this year. This is thanks to the system enabling us to have a demonstrable and robust fleet risk management strategy.

“The configurable alerts and reminders for critical fleet tasks help us to keep on top of service reminders, MOT due dates, driving licence expiry dates and more. Each time you log on the system will remind you if any of these variables need reviewing – or it can simply send you an email.

“The online system has been particularly useful for us considering our mix of acquisition methods and the fact we need our fleet and driver information to be accessible from multiple office locations”

AFL’s director Paul Fagan said: “Fleet management made simple™ was designed to make the fleet manager’s job easier and less time consuming; to coin a phrase, “it does exactly what it says on the tin”.

“Based on our experience, Domus Nova is typical of many businesses operating a fleet of 50-250 vehicles, with varied acquisition methods and multiple leasing company suppliers. An independent, easy to use fleet management system not only helps with day-to-day running of the fleet, but it also helps to identify areas where savings could be made with regards to fleet whole life-costs.”