For companies with fleets that operate in several countries, there can be so many headaches to deal with that a global fleet program might seem too difficult to implement. Fortunately, a little planning can go a long way in implementing a successful program.
5 steps to evaluate a business process
Have you ever been asked to evaluate a business process or identify problem areas in one? This can be a daunting task, especially if you don't do it every day. Where do you start? What steps should you take? You don't need any fancy tools. Just follow these 5 steps.
Understanding vehicle operating costs
The components that make up the total cost of ownership (TCO) of a vehicle ultimately affect each other. Reduce your vehicle operating costs by selecting vehicles with the highest resale value, and the lowest fuel and maintenance costs. Then, look at the other areas for possible cost-saving opportunities. Use this infographic to understand how your vehicle’s cost of ownership affects your overall budget.
5 tips to implement an effective global fleet program
If your fleet operates in multiple countries, consider rolling out a consolidated global fleet program to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). A global fleet program can help you streamline processes, leverage purchasing power, reduce administration costs, implement standard procedures and identify global metrics for reporting purposes. LeasePlan's fleet experts recommend these five tips to help you implement an effective global fleet program.
5 tips for benchmarking your fleet
Benchmarking gives you a comprehensive view of your current practices by comparing your fleet's performance data, financial results and other metrics against comparison data to identify areas of improvement or to validate existing practices. Use these 5 tips to help you map out your fleet benchmarking strategy.