Welcome to DRIVE Software Solutions
Andrew Burns, DRIVE’s managing director, recently completed his first year with the organisation. This is his current view of the marketplace, 12 months in
Rising customer expectations and an increasingly fast moving competitive market, mean that vehicle leasing is going to see more change in the next five years than it has seen in the past 20, but to truly unlock profitability, there needs to be greater honesty and realism on the part of both leasing companies and their systems providers, that’s the surprising conclusion of Andrew Burns, the Managing Director of systems house DRIVE Software Solutions.
One unexpected consequence of a new software implementation is that traditional business practices may be challenged and even changed for the better
The process of taking stock and house-cleaning that inevitably accompanies a new software implementation can cast a pretty harsh light on some aspects of a business; things that have been quietly acquiesced to and allowed to prevail because that's just the way things are. In fact, less than being quietly acquiesced to, sometimes they're happening outside the line of vision of those who should know about them. Nowhere is this more true than when it comes to discounting.
Mark Swann, Principal Consultant of DRIVE, describes how DRIVE will be seamlessly implemented and the personnel that will do it
DRIVE Professional Services supports the implementation of DRIVE software within our clients’ businesses, so that the clients make best use of this sophisticated software. We wouldn’t give a client DRIVE and simply expect them to get on with it. The aim is that rather than change the software to match the business, the business evolves through best use of the software.
New appointment puts spotlight on TestDRIVE approach to new system deployments
DRIVE Software Solutions has appointed Rob Johnson as the new TestDRIVE product manager. This new role will entail developing the TestDRIVE sales and marketing approach whilst promoting the product both externally and internally.