Ebbon-Dacs starts OrderLink with Athlon and Polestar in the Netherlands
Athlon Netherlands is using Ebbon-Dacs’ new OrderLink module within its Leaselink e-procurement platform for the direct processing of all new vehicle orders from the Swedish electric vehicle manufacturer, Polestar.
By adopting the new, innovative OrderLink module in Leaselink, Athlon is now able to send orders directly to Polestar for fulfillment.
OrderLink will also be rolled out to other leasing companies in the Netherlands that are users of the Leaselink e-procurement platform. Leasing companies can then use Leaselink’s innovative OrderLink module to place orders directly with Polestar.
Ramon Lingen, Head of Sales at Polestar Netherlands, finds the use of Leaselink crucial for processing orders from Dutch fleet customers.
“To make our customer journey as clear and easy as possible, we needed two things: simplicity and automation. Leaselink supplies both and will really make the difference for us.
“After a successful launch, we plan to roll out this system to all other major Dutch leasing companies that also use Leaselink.”
Virginia Azavedo, Operations Director of Athlon, said: “Athlon strives to unburden our customers as much as possible and to make their lives easier.
“By automating the ordering process and making it transparent, as Leaselink wants to do, we can fulfill that promise even more – and now including electric cars, which is an important segment for us.”
According to Justine Hawkins, Chief Commercial Officer of Ebbon-Dacs, the partnership with Polestar has revolutionized the way Leaselink can be used by manufacturers or retailers.
“The Orderlink module processes order data from the manufacturer or retailer to update key vehicle data, delivery dates and status directly in the leasing company’s back office. This provides our leasing community with accurate, real-time updates and information, eliminating errors and improves order communication for end users.
“We are delighted to partner with Polestar to launch this new, innovative module,” she said.