Devitech and Fuuse deliver destination and workplace charging

Devitech has joined forces with Fuuse to offer user-friendly charging for hotels, hospitality, leisure, and workplace environments across the UK.

Devitech is dedicated to helping businesses begin their sustainability journey. The brand aligns with Fuuse’s core values to facilitate the efficient roll out of electric vehicles across the UK by removing barriers to transition through smart technology.

Fuuse’s flexible EV charging platform enables Devitech to offer complete bespoke solutions for its commercial clients. The platform can be fully configured to meet business needs by setting comprehensive access controls, multi-tariff management, remote charger maintenance, energy monitoring and smart charging all from one back-office system – regardless of hardware.

Graham Rowlands, Managing Director of Devitech, says: “We aim to make EV charging as hassle free as possible. It’s a whole new world for many businesses and we seek solutions that will streamline the process and not over-complicate the customer experience. Fuuse marries a user-friendly interface with clever and comprehensive functionality – enabling us to provide clients with exactly the setup they need for their business, whilst keeping the platform easy to manage and intuitive to navigate.”

Dan Street, Business Development Manager for Fuuse, says: “It’s great to be working with Devitech alongside many of our hardware partners and suppliers. Together we can provide future-proof EV charging solutions for businesses and fleets with a team who share our vision for making the EV transition as seamless as possible.”

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