DSR Major Accounts Initiative
Drone Safe Register are pleased to announce that we have just begun our initial trials of our major account initiative. Following a successful pilot, this could represent a significant step forward in leveraging the DSR network’s power to deliver across the UK and Ireland.
For the first time, companies who have national requirements for aerial photography, videography and thermal imaging will be able to utilise the skill sets of the DSR member pilot network via a dedicated account manager and online administration portal system. This will create a virtual administration layer offering the client a single point of contact to meet their job requirements wherever they may be located.
Fast response times, local representation, consistent results, DSR pilot reliability, ease of administration and central billing make this an initiative that we are sure will be something that grows with us in 2019 and beyond.
The kind of industries that may look at an outsource nationwide drone directory such as DSR are both varied and complex. Clearly those with infrastructure assets, property portfolios, governmental facilities and others with fare reaching needs look to account management as a way of leveraging a network without the hassle of individual location searches and drone operator negotiations, especially at a time when the Drone Operator offering is finding its feet in a new and developing market place.
Utility Network Infrastructure
Nationwide House Builders
Government and Councils
Advertising and Media
National Property Portfolios
Mark Boyt – CEO and Founder of Drone Safe Register – was keen to stress that
‘this initiative does not come into conflict with the current directory of members’ needs to be found by potential clients on the register. It is a complementary offering to large national companies who may well look internally for solutions otherwise. Our existing leads have all come from the publicity generated by our appearance on Dragons Den in September and the message is clear that administration needs to be centralised and pilots needs to be localise for them to be interested.