Bynx software update brings slicker user experience

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Bynx has launched a new version of its fleet and mobility management platform as it looks to streamline the user experience.

The new version of Bynx emphasises the user experience

V12.10 strengthens the improved design, functionality and features added in previous versions, in particular bringing advanced compliance with WLTP, enhanced remarketing functionality, in-built Inspections, Carpooling and Broker apps, plus refined reporting capability

This new release greatly simplifies administrative processes, improves data quality, reinforces legal compliance, tightens integration to improve the end-user experience and allows users to self-purge redundant data, thus reducing their data storage footprint.

Key changes include for user management, where a ‘single sign-in’ has been refined to simplify the process for admins to set up new users quickly and accurately.

It’s also now easier and less involved to secure legal agreements from customers. Password management is simpler, as is acquiring digital signatures.

Changes to prospect management make it simpler for customers to purge redundant data in order to reduce system footprint, which saves costs and improves efficiency. It also ameliorates adhering to data compliance (GDPR).

The new version also brings important updates in how customer-entered data is presented, ensuring short-term rental companies are provided with a greater understanding of reservations and bookings.

Meanwhile enhancements to the search function means vehicles can be searched for by VIN or registration plate; important in certain territories, such as parts of South American, where number plate formats are not standardised state-to-state.

Gary Jefferies, sales and marketing director at Bynx, explained: “Alongside fortifying Bynx in terms of its mobility management capability, we’re focused on the end-user experience in this release. There are many changes happening in our industry right now, the end-user experience has to be slick so users feel confidence our platform supports their needs, plus they benefit from an improved and simplified workload and greater functionality.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.