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A lot of data is generated when managing a fleet. These data play a major role in monitoring and controlling your costs, but also in the start-up of certain processes. If you use the systems provided by your lease company, these data are made transparent to you in various ways, making it difficult for you to compare or merge data and results. When using a Central Fleet Management system you are able to store, categorize and compare all data centrally and unambiguously. Therefore, all processes and communication are initiated unambiguously and invoices are processed much easier, reducing loads of manual handling and faults.
That is not necessarily true. Of course, in addition to the costs of purchasing an EV, there are also costs for placing a charging facility, for example at the employee's home. Much depends on how you calculate the budget made available to your employees and which components you include in this. However, the average purchase price of an EV is higher than a same class vehicle with a fossil fuel engine.
Managing a fleet requires a lot of expertise and continuity. The question is how to keep grip on costs and processes in the current situation. So it does not necessarily have to be cheaper to outsource your fleet.
If you want to use the fleet more flexibly, the agreements with your suppliers play an important role. Whereas in the past you used cars with a long term of 72 months, nowadays it is often more interesting to shorten the terms to 30 months. In addition, it is advisable to ask your suppliers about the flexible solutions they offer.
If you have your fleet managed by a European Fleet Management organization, it is important that this organization has an office in every country. The reason why Dragintra works with local offices has to do with the local differences in the use of cars, lease contracts and local taxes. We believe you can only get a firm grip on your costs and processes if it managed by a local office.
If you work with one lease company to request your new lease cars, you will often work in a single supplier structure. However, in many cases there are also cars in the fleet obtained from another lease company. If you are using a multi-bidding system, then you compare each new car from at least two lease companies and place the eventual order with one of them. If you would like to know more about the advantages and disadvantages of both methods, please contact one of our specialists.