Timeline dates

2003

Translease is acquired, Translease facilitates the processes involved in  electronic authorisation and invoice delivery within the automotive market. First Service Network menu pricing initiatives – giving manufacturers the opportunity to update their pricing online, so a garage can always see the current menu price for a required job epyx holds a conference attended by 100…
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2002

1link Service Network launches. It’s ‘set to become the fleet industry’s online standard for service and maintenance processing.’ It officially launches with the support of more than a dozen major motor manufacturers. epyx launches ‘car-in-a-box’ concept – selling for a nominal deposit of £99 – including inside an order form for a vehicle, details on…
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2001

1link Vehicle Network launched – simplifying the car ordering process for bulk buyers such as large fleets and leasing companies, as well as franchise dealers. Alongside its vision to provide 1link platforms for the automotive sector epyx also secured contracts to provide consumer vehicle and tyre procurement solutions for two national providers.

2000

epyx is founded by a team of seven, led by Managing Director Greg Connell, in Stratford-Upon-Avon to explore ways of employing new online technology in the motor industry

1980s – 1990s

In the 1980’s Greg Connell managed an automotive software company called Car Fleet Control (CFC). CFC were a division of the Evans Halshaw Motor Group and it was during this time that the original epyx management team first worked together.