DingGo, a company that simplifies the repair process for consumers after an accident, has announced a pivot towards fleet business by appointing of a new Head of Sales.
Over the past year DingGo has focused on product development and experienced rapid growth as fleets around the country found efficiencies when using an app based system to source repair quotes for vehicles damaged in an accident.
Adrian Blackwell, an experienced fleet industry executive, has joined the company earlier this year as Head of Sales to help DingGo capitalise on the interest from Fleet Managers and novated lease drivers in it’s app based quoting system for accident repairs and other vehicle damage.
Blackwell says, “I’m here for a reason. When I saw what DingGo could do as a platform for fleets, I was immediately on board and saw the tremendous potential for helping fleet managers across Australia. What’s amazing is that the DingGo fleet product is suitable for everyone from a fleet of 10 to 10,000 plus vehicles.”
Shaun Janks, DingGo CEO said, “Fleets of all sizes started using our product, and their response was far more positive than anything we ever imagined. As a result, fleet has become one of the core focus areas for our business growth for the next three years and beyond.”
DingGo is backed by SG Fleet, a listed fleet management organisation and provider of novated leases. In its 2021 first half report, SG Fleet mentioned that investments in DingGo and Carly (a car subscription business) were performing well. It received a special mention in the section on COVID trends thanks to the contactless process for sourcing repair quotes and the ability to provide vehicle sanitisation.
SG Fleet has recently integrated the DingGo platform into its technology offer so Corporate customers now had ‘instant access’ to the service. With an estimated 40,000 vehicles in the Corporate portfolio, DingGo’s pivot towards fleet customers should continue to support future growth.