Pan-European solution to help fleets shift to business mobility

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A new service that can manage all business-related travel costs and make recommendations for optimising employee mobility is now available from TMC.

New TMC Mobility+ product brings Mobility As A Service (MAAS) a step closer

New TMC Mobility+ product brings Mobility As A Service (MAAS) a step closer

Intended to help companies with the shift from fleet management to business mobility, the Mobility+ solution analyses the consolidated data and makes mobility recommendations at both company and individual level, based on employee travel patterns.

Available in the UK and Europe, the Mobility Management and Audit system – branded Mobility+ – consolidates all sources of mobility data including vehicle leasing costs, SMR, accident costs, fuel, hire cars, hotels, trains, planes, meals, car parking, tolls and fines.

TMC can also provide an expense management platform where employees can record claims and upload receipts at their desk or via TMC’s multi-platform smartphone app.

TMC Mobility+ provides companies with a single view of costs and a 360-degree view of each employee’s business travel patterns, enabling fleets to optimise their mobility mix and manage their Total Cost of Mobility. The reporting can also be used to improve policy and reduce carbon, the company added.

Paul Hollick, managing director of TMC, explained: “Mobility+ is not just a reporting tool that tracks employee holistic movement costs. It analyses the consolidated data and makes mobility recommendations for each individual driver. These recommendations can be around who should or shouldn’t be eligible for a company car; who could be in electric vehicles; who could be car sharing, and where it could be more cost-effective to give someone a transportation allowance rather than a conventional car or cash allowance.”

Hollick added: “Mobility+ leverages TMC’s expertise in bringing fleet and travel data streams to life. Consolidated data solutions are the key to achieving fully fledged Mobility As A Service, and we see Mobility+ as a significant step along the road.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news - or gossip.