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Lex Autolease and Masternaut tie-up to help CV fleets switch to EVs

Lex Autolease has signed up Masternaut to provide telematics solutions and services across its UK fleet of cars and LCVS, bringing a range of benefits to its leasing and fleet management customers.

Masternaut will collaborate with Lex to help provide its customers with a leasing offer including Masternaut’s telematics solutions

The agreement will see Masternaut collaborate with Lex Autolease to help provide its customers with a leasing offer which includes Masternaut’s connected vehicle technology solutions.

The data insights provided by Masternaut will enable Lex to help customers reduce costs, as well as its CO2 emissions, by better understanding how drivers are using their vehicles. Additional benefits include increased operational productivity and driver safety.

Masternaut will also work with Lex Autolease to assist its commercial vehicle customers in switching to electric vehicles and more sustainable mobility solutions.

The deal will also help Lex Autolease with proactively managing its assets, not only using maintenance data collected directly from LCVs and cars, but also from a smart vehicle check application that enables drivers to report the condition of their vehicles and track defects all the way through to resolution.

Jason Gill, sales director at Masternaut, said the tie-up would draw on Masternaut’s 20-years plus of experience in providing advanced telematics solutions.

He added: “Our high NPS (Net Promoter Score) is also a testament to our focus on delighting our customers all through their journey with Masternaut, from the implementation of the solution to the ongoing collaboration and support we provide them with. This was the defining factor in Lex Autolease choosing us. We look forward to helping their clients improve their day-to-day fleet operations by providing insights which will in turn bring them a competitive advantage.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 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.

Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news.

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