The wide range of clients shows that Mobility Concept has solutions for every type of organization, from multinationals to small and midsized businesses, and for every industry. Our customers range from financial services to the government, and from professional services to the healthcare sector.

Schiphol Go: mobility manager in the cloud

In the Schiphol Go app, also the thousands of employees of the Schiphol Group keep track of when they work from home and how they travel to work or to a business appointment. The app provides an up-to-date overview of all the different modes of travel and their carbon footprint. Therefore, you are no longer limited to one way of travelling that you once agreed on with your employer. You now receive a compensation for the costs you actually incurred. Download the item about the launch of the Schiphol Go platform in the newsletter of Groot Schiphol Bereikbaar here.

Capgemini: bonus-malus lease budget encourages different travel behaviour

Capgemini employees can opt for a company car or their own transport with a mobility budget. If they choose a company car, they receive a bonus-malus lease budget. Capgemini stimulates company car drivers in this way to change their travel behaviour: cheaper refuelling, less private mileage and more economical driving behaviour are rewarded. Due to its large scale and innovative way of working, Capgemini won the International Fleet Innovation Award in 2013. Capgemini introduced the bonus-malus leasing budget in cooperation with Mobility Concept; the organisation manages the budget with our online application Mobility Portal.

Rabobank Rotterdam: fewer car kilometres thanks to mobility budget

With a mobility budget, Rabobank Rotterdam employees combine their lease car with other transport options. Using financial incentives, the organisation encourages travelling by public transport, carpooling and lending out the lease car. An online dashboard gives employees insight into their journeys and costs. This raises awareness about car costs and alternative travel options within the organisation and leads to fewer car kilometres, fewer journeys during rush hour and more journeys using public transport. After the successful result in 2013, the organisation continued this budget, tightened the allocation scheme for lease cars and introduced an off-peak lease car scheme.

Arval: digital mobility platform Arval Mobility Link

For leasing company Arval, part of BNP Paribas, Mobility Concept developed the digital mobility platform Arval Mobility Link. The platform allows Arval to broaden its focus from lease drivers to employees. Herewith, the platform allows the leasing company to offer its customers tailor-made solutions, while giving employees more freedom and flexibility in their choice of mobility. Within the platform, an organisation can set a personal budget for each employee and manage mobility expenses. Business trips can be automatically recorded; expenses that an employee pays himself, such as for a taxi, can also be entered.

De Verkeersonderneming: ‘A new approach to lease cars’ pilot

How do you change the behaviour of company car drivers? This was the key question in the pilot ‘A new approach to lease cars’ initiated by De Verkeersonderneming. Mobility Concept prepared the pilot together with seven well-established companies. A custom mobility budget with a business case is developed for each company. Participants in the project, including Rabobank Rotterdam and Van Hattum en Blankevoort, use the Mobility Portal.

Engie: greater cost and environmental awareness

“Our goal is to achieve greater cost and environmental awareness in using lease cars. We consider the mobility budget a tool for achieving that goal.” Engie encourages carpooling and the sharing of lease cars. Car usage has become more transparent. “We make agreements with each other on, for example, the number of kilometres driven outside of work, but do not have an overview of the actual number of kilometres driven. Making that more transparent makes intervention possible (such as bonus-malus systems).”

DSM: less traffic congestion and less environmental impact

“DSM is convinced that sustainability is of vital importance for the future. That is why DSM formulated a number of ambitious sustainability goals” The approach to greater flexibility by choosing the right means of transport has not only resulted in more convenience for DSM employees, but also less impact on the environment, less traffic congestion and potential cost savings. “In other words, it benefits people, the planet and profit.” DSM has used its experience in Limburg to create a flexible, modern lease arrangement for all of the Netherlands.

EY: greater flexibility – in the office, at the customer or at home

“Smart Leasing offers EY the opportunity to develop knowledge of new forms of mobility, aimed at increasing employee productivity.” The goal behind Smart Leasing is to reward less car travel and more travel by alternative means of transport. “Thanks to greater awareness and insight into their travel behaviour, employees can make a more informed choice about where they work – in the office, at the customer or at home – and when they travel.”

Strukton: sustainable solutions as important as economic gain

“In our work, economic and providing sustainable solutions are equally important. From this perspective, we also feel it is important to reduce our company’s CO2 emissions. One of the focal points here is the lease car, since lease cars are largely responsible for our CO2 emissions.” Strukton is testing the mobility budget and expects it to make a good contribution to reducing CO2 emissions.

Ballast Nedam: more cycling between construction sites

The personal mobility budget lets Ballast Nedam provide its lease car drivers with an overview of their consumption and related emissions and costs. It also offers the organisation the possibility to explore whether they can better match employee mobility to their needs.. “For the A2 Maastricht project in particular, we have the additional goal of having employees use bicycles more often to travel between the various construction sites.”

Major health care service provider: online management of travel costs and expenses

Employees of a major health care service organisation determine their own means of travel, whether by private car, public transportation, shared car or electric bike. The mobility card registers trips by public transport. Employees register all other trips themselves online in the Mobility Portal, where they have a 24/7 overview of all journeys. Managers can approve the trips online and the payroll department receives the expense accounts periodically and fully automated.

Smart Leasing for Maastricht-Bereikbaar

Lease car drivers in Southern Limburg piloted a personal budget for paying their travel costs. Those who travel less by car or choose alternative means of transport are rewarded. Smart Leasing is part of the Better Use (Beter Benutten) programme initiated by Maastricht-Bereikbaar. The pilot uses the Mobility Concept online mobility platform. Lease car drivers have responded positively and have also positively rated the mobility budget as a future employee benefit.

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