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Mobility-as-a-Service integrates all possible mobility providers into one app. You can call it the Netflix of corporate mobility.
But why should you implement such a digital platform to manage your mobility? Discover the 5 reasons.
After numerous mobility integrations for private individuals in KBC Mobile, we are now also simplifying the lives of business owners and all professional account holders.
With ‘Business Mobility’, they process just one bill each month for all their business travel.
Big news! Olympian Tim Brys joins the Olympus Mobility team.
Tim: “As rowers, we constantly use water. It is therefore important to me to take care of the planet, both in my sport and beyond.
That is why I choose to support a Ghent company like Olympus Mobility in their sustainable development mobility solutions.”
We have a new partner: International Car Lease Holding.
Their goal is to offer the Olympus mobility services to all customers of the lease companies of ICLH. Together with Shell Mobility Solutions and Olympus Mobility, they found the right structure to roll this out.
How do you easily introduce sustainable mobility in your business? Skill BuilderS knows the answer.
We spoke to Evita De Pauw and Marieke Van Lysebetten about the possible obstacles and solutions. Let’s take a look.
Rolling out a new mobility policy is not always easy.
Sandra Eemans, Fleet & Mobility Officer at Mediahuis, discusses their approach in 6 steps.
Doubting to implement the legal mobility budget in your company?
You are missing out on these 5 advantages without this tax-advantageous framework.
When you want to make business trips in your organization more sustainable, you quickly lose track of expense management.
B-architecten knows all about it.
Klaas Adriaensen, Operational Management, and Stéphanie Collier, Architect, explain how they solve this problem in their organization.
Setting up and managing a legal mobility budget often requires some work.
To help you on your way, we spoke to expert Thierry Devresse from My Mobility Budget Butler.
Here are his 5 tips.
The legal mobility budget: a complex affair for many. How is implementation progressing? How do users experience it?
We spoke to Tine Vangrunderbeek, Mobility Manager, and Pierre Caeymaex, Data Consultant, of Business & Decision about the roll-out of the legal mobility budget and their experience with this tax advantageous framework.
At the beginning of 2022, our product development team decided that it wanted to deliver faster because it had become harder to meet release dates. We wanted to take a step back to find out what was going on and find ways to improve.
This blog post will describe the steps we took to identify the problems and how we adressed them so we could deliver value sooner with higher quality.
Published 18th of October 2022
There are delays with new cars and the waiting times for company cars are also getting longer.
You may already be experiencing this in your fleet. Delivery times are taking longer than ever, and company cars could almost be described as a scarce commodity.
How do you deal with this as a fleet manager?
Published 22nd of August 2022
The Federal Government has approved the bill to make the legal mobility budget more attractive for both employer and employee.
The proposal makes it easy for the employer to implement, and it offers more possibilities for the employee.
From 1 January 2022, the new rules will be in force!
Published 20th of November 2021
Is mobility a complex issue for your company?
This is very likely the case, since there are so many different mobility options available. But it does not have to be that way, because everything can be done so much easier.
Market leader Olympus Mobility ensures the implementation of your mobility policy.
Please read on, because we support this statement with a numerical example.
Published 20th of June 2021
The Coronavirus crisis has completely shaken up our pattern of living. These days, work consists of a combination of telecommuting, multiple offices and coworking spaces.
This means that we no longer travel to the same workplace every day. Consequently, more and more employees are rethinking the way they move around.
In doing so, they wonder whether a switch to flexible mobility could be more appropriate, possibly as part of a cafeteria plan.
Published 18th October 2020
Much has already been written about the Coronavirus crisis and its potential future consequences. Has our society changed forever? Is an unparalleled economic disaster heading our way? Are we heading towards a reform of corporate mobility practices?
This is a question on everyone’s lips, because nobody is sure. It’s clear that companies that dare to question their current practices and act quickly will come out of this stronger.
Are we heading for a new ‘mobility era’?
Published 20th of August 2020
In the post-Coronavirus world, your best bet as a company is to find a simple kilometre registration system for your employees.
Our tip? Choose one that also takes your employees who cycle into account, because it is clear that the classic two-wheeler is set to gain considerably in popularity.
Studies in various cities have already shown that the bike is the only means of transport that actually has an increasing number of users. Cities are therefore investing heavily in cycling paths and safety for cyclists.
Published 16th of May 2020
Post-COVID, employees no longer travel back and forth to work every day. In fact, they are often absent from the workplace because of working from home, part-time or satellite work. Many of them have also discovered the joy of cycling.
For these employees, a classic public transport subscription is not always the best solution anymore.
Let’s check which is the best option for you: a multi-ride card or a subscription?
Published 10th of April 2020