epyx celebrates 20th anniversary this week

epyx celebrates 20th anniversary this week

This week marks the 20th anniversary of epyx, which has grown over the last two decades to become one of theimportant and successful e-commerce innovators in the automotive sector.

epyx products include the industry standard 1link Service Network, used by fleets totalling four million cars, vans and trucks to manage SMR from nearly 9,000 franchise dealers, independent garages and fast-fits. Other 1link solutions, including 1link Disposal Network, 1link Hire Network and 1link Vehicle Network, also play a key role in the fleet sector.

Aditya Varadpande, Managing Director, said: “As a company, epyx has dedicated itself to 20 years of product innovation through working collaboratively with our clients to evolve 1link to suit the changing needs of the fleet and motor industries.

“Reaching the 20 year milestone has been made possible through the hard work and dedication of our team, and we are extremely proud of our achievements and the key role 1link plays in the automotive sector.”

The company originally intended to involve customers and employees in a series of celebrations but because of the pandemic, plans have been delayed. The epyx team instead held a quieter, virtual celebration today.

Aditya said: “We are seeing some fundamental changes in the industry. Within a few years, the majority of the vehicles in the fleet sector will be electrified, there will be marked growth in autonomous technology, new ownership models will evolve and a ton of connected car data would transform the sector.

“The challenge for epyx is to continue to bring the automation that we have provided in the past into the future. We are confident that we will rise to that task and excited to see what the next 20 years bring.”

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