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One size fits all?

Of course, it is very convenient for several reasons to harmonize your global fleet and lease management supply chain as much as possible. But does one size always fit? Looking at the possibility to incorporate a so-called local heroes might turn out to be beneficial. Why? In some less mature markets you can close possible gaps in Global Networks, local heroes are often price challengers, they have a strong local market knowledge, and can be the local leader in client services & quality. It is to be advised that you check their financial status and background, service levels and the ability to service you (management reporting, invoicing, etc) on an equal level as other suppliers. So the fact that one size does not always fit does not mean there is no alternative.


Robbert van Muyden | Director Connector Europe



Connector Insight



Few trends have swept an industry the way the concept of “Mobility” has swept through the fleet management industry in the past decade. It has become the cure-all buzzword for fleet operators, human resource departments and travel managers worldwide, but it seems that there are as many definitions of "Mobility" as there are people to define it.


This paper considers the topic of mobility and what it means for businesses in general and the fleet management world in particular. We look at the developing trends in the field as well as the impact on people and places. Complete with practical recommendations and forecasts of coming changes, the documents considers how Mobility will affect you and your business and how you can turn it to your advantage.


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