Data Interchange showcases its automated DVLA Vehicle Keeper Service offering rapid enquiry responses at Parkex 2015, 21-23 April, NEC Birmingham

Data Interchange, an approved DVLA solutions provider, will showcase its Vehicle Keeper Service at Parkex 2015, 21-23 April at the NEC Birmingham. The Data Interchange Vehicle Keeper Service connects to the DVLA ELISE system to determine the registered vehicle keeper identity. From a single system, customers generate, manage and monitor keeper at date of event enquiries electronically and through a secure link to the DVLA database via the ELISE system, and receive an overnight response to their enquiry. 
“Our technical experts will explain how our Vehicle Keeper Service delivers a rapid response to vehicle keeper enquiries and automates the enquiry process,” commented Ieuan Friend, Marketing Director at Data Interchange. “Unlike a paper-based process that can take up to 14 days to receive vehicle keeper enquiries, the Data Interchange Vehicle Keeper Service is electronic, automated process, which means it saves time by eliminating unnecessary paperwork”.

Data Interchange’s customers include local authorities, landowners and their agents, private car parking management companies through to insurance companies, bailiffs, solicitors, finance organisations and highway repair agencies.  They use our service to access vehicle keeper data released by the DVLA for many reasons: from parking enforcement and issuing road traffic accident insurance claims, to reducing financial crime and tracing previous vehicle owners as part of trade descriptions investigations.

The Data Interchange Vehicle Keeper Service automatically collates vehicle keeper enquiries and responses and integrates with existing tools such as case management systems to reduce errors and increase organisational efficiency. Data assurance and security is maintained throughout the process as all vehicle enquiries are encrypted to maintain data integrity and security.