Timeline dates

2011

An iPhone app is launched for 1link Disposal Network enabling dealers to buy ex-fleet cars and vans on the move.

2010

The first vehicle manufacturer starts using 1link Disposal Network for repatriation of its own end-of-contract lease vehicles back into the franchise network.

2009

A 20% year-on-year increase in the number of fleet maintenance e-commerce transactions is recorded during 2009.

2008

1link Service Network launches in Portugal becoming the fourth country outside of the United Kingdom where 1link Service Network is used.

2007

Downtime Management launches on 1link Service Network, streamlining the communication between fleet manager and garage regarding vehicle collection.

2006

epyx is named in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 – a recognition as one of the country’s fastest growing unlisted technology businesses.

2005

1link Disposal Network is launched, forming a further component in the fleet vehicle lifecycle and completing the cradle to grave range of fleet e-commerce products.

2004

Launch of 1link Relicensing which allows fleets to relicense automatically without fleet managers having to leave their desks.

2003

epyx moves to Heath Farm in Meriden. Heath Farm was designed by the 4th Earl of Aylesford as a ‘centre of excellence’ for scientific farming.

2002

1link Service Network launches. It’s ‘set to become the fleet industry’s online standard for service and maintenance processing.