KeyFleet secures three-year Daisy deal

Preston-based KeyFleet has won a three-year contract to manage Daisy Group's fleet of more than 1,000 vehicles.

Marc Mcloughlin Keyfleet

KeyFleet will provide fleet management support to the Nelson-based IT giant via its fleet management software platform ‘Keys’.

Daisy Group operates more than 1,000 company vehicles and a further 700 ‘pay and reclaim’ users. It called on KeyFleet to help it keep accurate driver records for P11D reporting across its multiple vehicles and divisions.

Colin Bell, procurement director for Daisy Group, said: “I became aware of the Keys system as a result of a case study issued which showed some of its reporting functions and an audit trail created by the software.

"Once we had the team in from KeyFleet, it didn’t take long for us to feel comfortable moving forward with a commitment. It’s satisfying to support a local business that shares many of our values, and we’re confident the system will help us achieve our objectives.”

Marc McLoughlin, managing director of KeyFleet, added: “We are of course delighted to support such a large fleet, the largest fleet on Keys to date, for one of the fastest growing and most progressive businesses in Lancashire and we look forward to adding real value to their operation. "We try to keep our solutions simple and easy to use and in Keys I am sure the fleet team at Daisy, with our support and training, will find many previously arduous and manual tasks become elementary and easy to execute. This is a great contract win for KeyFleet and should serve as a major milestone in our journey.”