Try our range of interactive tools to help you determine if you’re getting
value from your FMO, are considering making the switch, or want to
see if outsourcing your fleet is the best option for you.
A Fleet Management Organisation (FMO) should be a valuable partner to your business. Try our range of interactive tools to help you determine if you’re getting value from your FMO, are considering making the switch to a new one, or want to see if outsourcing your fleet is the best option for you.
One question we’re often asked is should I lease or should I buy? There’s a wide range of benefits that make leasing a sensible choice; we have at least eight compelling reasons for you to choose leasing over buying, including 1. There’s no capital outlay, 2. It allows for cash flow and budget forecasting predictability, 3. Flexibility with operating lease terms, 4. No resale risk to you, 5. Competitive vehicle purchase costs, 6., No maintenance risk to you, 7. Hassle-free as we manage all running costs, and 8. On-going access to our in-house fleet experts. Try our Lease Versus Buy Assessment to see how the cost savings are real.
Still unsure if outsourcing your fleet is right for your business? We’ve put together a handy business case builder tool that helps you think through the details of outsourcing your fleet and the key elements that will help your business. Our business case builder enables you to start the conversation internally and to generate buy-in from stakeholders.
One of the biggest barriers to changing FMO’s is the perceived hassle to switch providers. We’ve created a simple checklist to help you understand what’s involved and, that it’s much simpler to switch then you think.
Does your FMO have the skills, expertise and right level of commitment to you? Are you unsure if you’re getting value out of your FMO? There are several ways that you can determine the tangible and intangible value. To help you decide whether you’re getting value out of your FMO, we’ve put together some critical questions to help guide you in whether it’s time to move on or not.