Mobility Management

Companies are looking for new transport solutions in line with changing trends and employees' needs. The use of lease cars is no longer sufficient to satisfy the mobility needs of your employees. Furthermore, lease cars aren't always the most cost effective option. A more sustainable form of mobility is possible in most cases.

Do you require assistance with preparing or altering your mobility policy and with the most effective use of your mobility budget? ROI fleet & mobility provides and manages various means of mobility, is happy to advise you about effective and cost-efficient use of your mobility budget and will investigate which alternative means of transport are suited to the requirements of your organisation and your employees. That is effective mobility management!

Mobility scan and strategy

To gain as good an understanding as possible of the mobility within your organisation, ROI fleet & mobility performs a scan. The scan focuses on the following:

  • Number of branches;
  • The key processes within your organisation;
  • Related transport options for each process;
  • Current transport movements per position;
  • Transport movements in terms of commuting, business transport and private use;
  • Level of costs;
  • Employment condition-related aspects;
  • Options per position to work (partially) from home.

Based on the results of the scan and your requirements, ROI fleet & mobility will support you in developing a (new) mobility strategy.

Structuring and managing a mobility budget

Through the changing world of mobility and the changing requirements of employees, the structure of your mobility budget will also change. Not only do you have to take into account the costs of lease cars, but also the costs for public transport or electric bikes. And the cost of managing this all.

ROI fleet & mobility is your reliable expert in structuring and managing your mobility budget. Our goal? To cut costs where possible so that your mobility budget can be used as effectively as possible. The following factors are of importance:

  • Analysis of the current mobility policy
  • Travel time of the employees (based on postcode research)
  • Current process when claiming travelling expenses
  • Possibilities of limiting the travel time of employees
  • Possible alternative transport options (in addition to lease cars)
To limit costs, employees are often given a personal or job-related mobility budget. This encourages them to make the best and most economical choices when selecting a means of transport.

Providing and managing various modes of mobility

More and more organisations are realising that needs in terms of mobility are changing. In the past, a lease car would have been the standard solution, whereas we now invariably see lease cars parked up somewhere! Either in traffic jams, in the car park or simply at home. The way in which we work is changing, as is the way in which employees want to move around.

This requires a change to your mobility policy. More and more it is the employee who makes the decisions about the way he or she travels, after all, the employee is best positioned to decide how, when and which means of transport he wishes to use.

Consider, for example, public transport, the introduction of a cycle plan, or the use of shared cars for visits to customers. ROI fleet & mobility provides these ways of mobility and also manages both the communication and the contractmanagement with all suppliers. We also supply the correct files to the financial and or payroll administration department for deductions from salaries to be made. We provide you with information by means of our smart quarterly reports which outline the current situation and possible improvements.
A total solution for your fleet management and business mobility
Experienced team with knowledge, expertise and solutions
Economise on and prevent unnecessary mobility costs
Improved analysis, benchmarking, advice and decision-making

Are you looking for a reliable partner who can offer you a total fleet management solution?

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