With the overarching aim of demystifying the fleet process, our Fleet for Growing Business hub, brought to you association with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), breaks down in an informative and digestible way, the various factors and considerations that go into putting together a business fleet strategy.
From looking at the most tax-efficient and cost effective ways of investing in vehicles to analysing how technology has become a huge enabler in helping a company’s fleet operate smoothly, readers are provided with a fantastic early introduction to some crucial themes. Learnings about the advantages of buying new and what the cost of ownership actually is are just some of the themes covered.
The hub leverages case studies of businesses which have already been through the process of assembling a business fleet of vehicles, learning from what worked best, and charts recent innovation in the fleet space.
It’s widely acknowledged that company cars serve as an effective motivating force for hardworking employees, and the hub contextualises how important the strategy is to creating an effective workforce.
SME decision makers want to have access to information and guidance that explains the various forms of financing availably, how flexible fleet partnerships can be and ultimately put together a cost-effective and hassle-free infrastructure. Our fleet hub provides everything a growing business needs to make these kind of informed decisions.
Part of the fleet hub is an easily navigable A-Z – incorporating all things fleet. From the likes of “A for approved mileage rates” through “E for employee car ownership schemes”, “M for maintenance” “T for tracking” and “Z for zero emission” – it will allow readers to quickly tap into what is the most relevant sub-topic at that particular time.
For many SME companies, especially those starting out, the world of business fleet can seem flooded with jargon. There are so many different kinds of vehicles and ways to finance them, there are so many analytics you can report on and different taxes or schemes to take note of. That’s what the hub cuts through, using the experiences of others to provide qualified advice.
Over the course of a year the hub will stay abreast of the latest developments in spaces such as telematics, eco driving and tax policy – creating a one-stop shop for all things fleet.