ESSENTIAL business lessons in professionalism are now available for SME fleet operators according to leasing and fleet management specialist, Fleet Alliance.
And this trend has seen full outsourced fleet management solutions made available to fleets of 25 vehicles and above.
Fleet Alliance has seen an upsurge in interest and a wave of new outsourced business wins in recent months.
Fleet management has become an increasingly complex issue over the last decade and more companies acknowledge they lack enough expertise in this area to meet all current financial, fiscal and legal requirements, said Rob Wentworth-James, corporate sales director at Fleet Alliance.
He said: “The increasing complexity of modern fleet management with the need for on-demand, real time reporting, carbon footprint evaluation, fleet analysis, driver support, licence checking, accident and risk management and other related issues means that it has become a role for the expert rather than the part-timer. This is why expert and professional fleet management providers such as ourselves, with access to the latest technology and the resources to back them up, have become much in demand.”
He added: “Outsourcing in this way makes more sense from a practical viewpoint than removing all in-house expertise, as it provides continuity between company and supply partner.”
Fleet Alliance, which was Business Car Managers’ Best Small Fleet Leasing Company of the Year 2013 in our first Small Fleet Leasing Awards, manages and funds more than 14,800 vehicles on behalf of corporate clients.
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