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DCML overhauls vehicle management tool DCM Connected

DCM Connected on a tablet

DCML has launched an overhaul of its advanced vehicle management tool, DCM Connected.

The redesign provides customers with a more intuitive interface and additional user-friendly functions for mobile and tablet devices.

The new features allow users to remotely book appointments directly through mobile and tablet devices rather than via the main PC-based system, improving and streamlining key processes for managing fleets of loan cars, demonstrator or any other fleet vehicles.

Vince Powell, DCML managing director, said: “Fleets of loan and demonstrator cars can be time-consuming to manage correctly in the busy environment of a dealership or repair centre, so ease-of-use and efficiency are paramount.

“The combination of telematics and more traditional fleet management software has proved to be a winning combination for our customers; which include businesses from many sectors.

“By introducing greater mobile and tablet support, fleet operators anywhere can be even more efficient with their time, continuing to use the same leading features that DCM Connected provides – on the go.”

The software allows fleet managers to track their vehicles, oversee diagnostics remotely, monitor how they are being driven and provide streamlined customer service.

Furthermore, accidents can be reconstructed by recreating the moments before and after a collision; minimising fraudulent claims and preventing claims disputes. 

The software specialist added several of the UK’s top dealer groups since the launch of DCM Connected, including Spire Automotive, Sytner Audi division and the digital retailer, Rockar. 

DCM Connected enhances visibility and control of vehicles, allowing fleet operators to understand where their cars are at all times and how they are being driven, whilst also monitoring vehicle health.

As well as supporting over 1,000 franchised dealerships, DCML assists manufacturers with efficient online marketing tools.

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