Automotive digital company Digital INNK has secured investment for its new ViSN fleet management platform.
The system will connect drivers, fleets and third-party suppliers, offering a “broader ecosystem of tools than those offered by established players”, according to Digital INNK. It supports any fleet car-servicing event, from tyres to repair, using artificial intelligence (AI) to create a “fast and efficient process”.
Angela Montacute, CEO of Digital INNK, said: “The ViSN platform will offer fleets a more efficient way to manage in-life operations. The AI-driven technology will create cost efficiencies across the life of the vehicle and directly benefit the bottom line. Our new funding means we are well-positioned to rapidly grow our market share in the UK and beyond.
“A number of fleets have already tested our technology and reported great feedback from drivers who like the app-based self-serve functionality.”
ViSN provides a single platform to manage fleet operations for fleet companies of all sizes. Using cloud technology, it promises a more efficient experience than is currently available in the market.
Users benefit from real-time management information and a single platform that connects the driver, in-life services, EV charging and payment integration, driver services and customer communication. In addition, it enables users to self-serve everything from repairs to driver compliance.
Following a seven-figure investment, Digital INNK will begin the rapid roll-out of the technology, initially in the UK. The company says it will take an aggressive approach to grow market share by delivering new technologies and competitive pricing models.
Digital INNK has also strengthened its management team with the appointment of Martin Drake as chief commercial officer. Drake has decades of experience in the fleet industry, most recently having conceived and launched the ODO SaaS platform.