Mobility-as-a-Service in top three for mobility within remuneration plan

MaaS is becoming a staple at Belgian companies. As a flexible salary benefit, the innovative mobility app outperforms the fuel card and charging station, according to Attentia figures.

It is also finding its way among private individuals: mobility services have been part of KBC Mobile since 2018.

But to really adopt MaaS in our daily lives, the Belgian market needs one clear vision. That is what the experts shared with us at Mobility Talks, the mobility event from Olympus Mobility.

More than 900,000 Mobility-as-a-Service users

Mobility Talks started with a bang. Koen Van De Putte, Managing Director at Olympus Mobility, talked about how more than 900,000 users choose MaaS. Since 2015, the mobility platform therefore evolved from just an innovative ticketing app for companies to the Belgian MaaS reference for cities, municipalities and banks.

The ecosystem continues to expand year after year.

The platform now has 4 B2C and 12 B2B partners offering the Olympus app to their own customers, including Attentia. In early 2024, the two parties announced their brand-new partnership. In Belgium, there is currently only one seamless integration between the Olympus mobility platform and an HR and Wellbeing partner such as Attentia.

Bert Van Molle, Sales & Marketing Manager at Olympus Mobility, then shared that the mobility offer in the Olympus app also continues to grow. Today, you find more than 35 mobility services, 9 bicycle leasing partners and a easy solution for managing the legal mobility budget.

MaaS as a success factor in flexible remuneration

Among companies, MaaS is in high demand. The partnership between Olympus Mobility and Attentia is proof. Since its launch almost four months ago, more than 1,600 employees have opted for the Olympus app via their remuneration plan.

Guy Van Hauwermeiren, Business Development Manager at Attentia, says: “For Attentia customers, mobility is part of every remuneration plan. The increased flexibility, both in terms of remuneration and travel behaviour, is the source of happy employees.”

Only offering the company bicycle or car do better than MaaS. Remarkably, the company car lost 4% ground over three years.

Guy Van Hauwermeiren at Mobility Talks from Olympus Mobility
Karin Van Hoecke at Mobility Talks from Olympus Mobility

What we learn from C2MxEi

From MaaS as a flexible reward, it then turned to MaaS within KBC Mobile. In 2014, KBC embarked on a digital transformation. They are constantly looking for products and services to maximise customer care so their customers can save time and money. One of the first examples is making online purchases without a card reader.

Today, the offering goes beyond just unburdening customers in Banking and Insurance. KBC also offers things like mobility services, Goal Alert and movie tickets. They invest in convenience for their users. With digital assistant Kate, they are taking their goal to the next level. Thanks to their many efforts, they can call themselves the best banking app in Belgium and number three in the world.

Karin Van Hoecke, General Manager Digital Transformation & Data at KBC Belgium explains: “We apply Rik Vera’s principle: Connect To Many, Engage Individuals. With widgets, dark mode and third-party services, KBC Mobile is all about personalisation.”

Obviously, offering third-party mobility services in KBC Mobile was one of the next steps. It is also a seamless addition to KBC’s own existing offerings, including car loans, insurance and leasing. This means private individuals also get to enjoy Mobility-as-a-Service.

These mobility services help ensure that people use KBC Mobile regularly and spend more time in-app. Currently, the app has 16 mobility integrations. With success: since 2019, the number of transactions at De Lijn and the use of shared bikes doubled. Use of NMBS, Q-Park and 4411 tripled.

The ideal MaaS ecosystem is a long way off

Despite the success stories, Hannes Delaere, PhD Researcher at VUB Mobilise, does not yet see a perfect MaaS ecosystem in Belgium. Under the guidance of prof. dr. Cathy Macharis and commissioned by FPS Mobility and Transport, he is investigating the impact of MaaS on society.

Hannes: “The most important factor for the use of MaaS is reliable travel information. Users quickly drop out when info is late, incorrect or non-existent. Moreover, there is discord in the MaaS ecosystem. The diversity of views between different MaaS operators and other parties makes mutual cooperation difficult.”

Without sufficient complementary efforts, MaaS cannot fulfil its ambitions. Just think about investing more in public transport or covering rural areas. Hannes calls for more research and a unified vision, both among the various MaaS operators and the government.

Koen Van De Putte en Hannes Delaere op Mobility Talks van Olympus Mobility.
Een deel van het team van Olympus Mobility op Mobility Talks

About Mobility Talks and Olympus Mobility

Mobility Talks is a mobility event by Olympus Mobility, organised in 2024 on 14 March at NTGent. Experts at Attentia, KBC and Mobilise shared their insights on Mobility-as-a-Service.

Olympus Mobility NV grew out of the Belgian Railways and was founded in 2015. Shareholders are Cambio, VAB and Mpact. Olympus offers a ‘Mobility-as-a-Service’ platform that provides single access to public and shared transport via smartphone. Olympus Mobility makes mobility management and the accompanying administrative processes easy for companies.

What is Mobility-as-a-Service?

What’s in a name?

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) does not have a single clear definition. What is certain, however, is the following:

  • MaaS integrates various modes of transportation on one digital platform (e.g. an app).
  • It goes beyond just transportation. MaaS combines different services, ranging from timetables or extra information to ticketing and payment.
  • The MaaS provider acts as the bridge between the mobility services and the traveler.

In short, it’s an all-in-one mobility solution. This means you always have all your favorite mobility services at your fingertips. No more waiting in line at the ticket counter to buy a ticket.

For example, you can buy train tickets directly in your Mobility-as-a-Service app, but you can also rent a shared bicycle to cover “the last mile.”

Examples of Mobility-as-a-Service providers

Are you curious about how this translates into practice? Here are some examples of well-known MaaS providers.

1. Whim

Whim was the first international Mobility-as-a-Service app. The app launched in 2017 in Helsinki and then expanded to the rest of Europe. Individuals can easily combine various transportation options with this app: plan routes, book tickets, and pay instantly.

2. MaaS in the KBC Mobile app

You’ve probably heard about it. The KBC Mobile app is one of the most famous banks in Belgium that integrates mobility services into their offerings. For example, with the KBC Mobile app, you can pay for parking or purchase a train ticket.

Due to its numerous integrations and user-friendly features, KBC has consistently ranked among the best banking apps in the world for several years!

They also have a separate offering for freelancers.

3. Olympus app

In addition to apps for individuals, there are also MaaS solutions for businesses. The Olympus app combines more than 30 mobility services into one app. HR or Fleet Managers only need to process one invoice per month.

This allows them to easily manage their mobility budget as well as commuting and business trips or bike leasing options. Employees, on the other hand, have access to a wide range of flexible mobility options. It’s their one-stop-shop for corporate mobility.

Why implement Mobility-as-a-Service in your organization?

Using a Mobility-as-a-Service application has benefits for both you and your employees.

Stand out in the war for talent

Firstly, as a business owner, HR Manager, or Fleet Manager, you have an advantage in the war for talent. Employees are increasingly seeking flexibility in their mode of transportation, and that is understandable.

With a Mobility-as-a-Service platform, you elevate your flexible mobility to a higher and more sustainable level. A digital mobility platform like Olympus integrates more than 30 mobility services in one app.

This way, your employees always have access to the most suitable mode of transportation perfectly tailored to their location and schedule.

Contribute to a sustainable future

Additionally, as a company, you contribute to a greener world. MaaS is not about owning means of transportation but about using them.

By utilizing MaaS solutions, you reduce CO2 emissions and often save costs compared to private transport. Did you know that on a train journey from Kortrijk to Antwerp alone, you can save up to €52.17 per employee compared to using their own car?

Save time on administration

As an employer, implementing MaaS also means saving time on administrative tasks. With Olympus Mobility, for example, you only need to process one comprehensive invoice per month for all mobility expenses. Who doesn’t love less administration ?


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Corporate Mobility in 2024: Evolutions and Tips


Flexible corporate mobility for the win

Shared mobility is on the rise

Shared scooters, bikes, and cars. They are becoming increasingly popular among Olympus app users. The increase in usage aligns with the numbers in Flanders, says Bert Van Molle, Sales & Marketing Manager at Olympus Mobility:

“Compared to 2022, we saw a 30% increase in shared mobility usage this year. This was to be expected. For example, in 2022, the number of car sharers in Flanders also increased by 50% compared to 2021. Shared mobility has been on the rise for quite some time.”

However, the overall share of shared mobility users is still relatively low. In Flanders, those who used a shared scooter, bike or car in 2022 amounts to 5.6%.

But the strong increase over the past years promises great prospects for shared mobility systems. By incorporating this into your mobility policy, you are preparing your corporate mobility for the future.


90% travel by train to their destination

In 2023, 61% of Olympus app users used the bus, tram, metro, or train. Public transport is a Belgian’s main alternative to a car for a reason.

The Mobility Behavior Survey of 2022 tells us that Flemish people are taking less public transport than before 2019. However, at Olympus Mobility, we see an annual increase in usage.

Bert Van Molle, Sales & Marketing Manager: “This is likely due to the simplified accessibility. Because so many alternatives are at their fingertips, they are more inclined to leave their cars behind. The Olympus app lowers the threshold.”

For example, we consistently see that approximately 90% of public transport users travel by train. This figure remains consistent in our data.”

Offering an app that combines more than 30 mobility options for HR or Fleet Managers is a must in order to change commuting behavior within your company.


35% more companies choose sustainable corporate mobility

In addition to simplifying their expense administration, in 2023 35% more companies are also committed to a more sustainable world. Compared to 2019, there’s even a quadruple increase.

When we look at our overall travel behavior, the most common mode of transportation is still by car. However, in Flanders, the share in 2022 fell below 60% for the first time.

Bert Van Molle, Sales & Marketing Manager, says: “Companies are also noticing this shift. Graduates no longer want a company car and instead seek a viable alternative. The use of electric bikes has increased by 15% in just two years, even for commuting.”

Bert continues: “Companies want to offer different mobility options to respond to the needs of their employees. A company car has become just one of the available choices.”

With the Olympus Mobility platform, they save on administration while providing the largest number of mobility alternatives in one app. It’s like killing two birds with one stone.


Make way for the mobility budget

Corporate mobility in 2024 is synonymous with the legal mobility budget.

After the reform of the tax advantageous framework in 2022, the number of companies with a mobility budget has seen a real increase. Compared to 2022, the percentage increase in 2023 has even tripled.

Bert Van Molle, Sales & Marketing Manager: “Now that the official TCO formulas for the mobility budget are known, we expect that the number of companies will only increase. The formulas clarify which costs are and are not included in the budget. It simplifies implementation.”

But that’s not all. “The further electrification of vehicle fleets will provide an extra boost. These vehicles meet the conditions in pillar 1.”

Within pillar 2, paying for rent or a loan with the mobility budget remains the most popular option. This applies to about 70% of employees.

But what truly sets this tax advantageous framework apart? That’s the wide range of personalised mobility choices. Your employee decides for themselves how they want to spend their budget, and in pillar 2, gross amount equals net amount.


3 tips for corporate mobility in 2024

1. Implement the mobility budget

In 2024, more and more companies will be implementing the mobility budget. According to Wunderman Thompson, the fiscally advantageous framework is even a decisive factor in the war for talent.


2. Opt for flexibility

Bike leasing, shared mobility, subscriptions, and even the mobility budget. You can easily manage it all with the Olympus app. And your employee? They can choose the most suitable mode of transportation at any time of day. Without any extra administration for you.


3. Simplify your expense management with a Mobility-as-a-Service platform

Managing flexible and sustainable corporate mobility is easy. With a Mobility-as-a-Service platform, you can reduce the countless receipts and reimbursements to just one monthly invoice. Per employee, this saves you around €155 per trip!


Ready for the mobility policy of the future?


Source: Olympus Mobility Database (2023)

Why a sustainable mobility policy is essential for your company: 3 benefits

Benefit 1: Flexibility for employees

Employees attach greater importance to sustainability. Since the pandemic in 2020, remote work has become widely adopted, employees are cycling to work more often and the car is losing ground for the first time in our commuting habits.

And that’s understandable. Flexible mobility offers a better work-life balance for your employees. With remote work, they no longer have to commute to and from the office, which means more time for their family or social activities.

In addition, a sustainable mobility policy offers numerous alternative mobility solutions. Think of company bicycles or carpooling, as well as train and bus subscriptions.

With a Mobility-as-a-Service platform, you can take that flexibility to an even higher level. A digital mobility platform combines more than 30 mobility services in one app. This applies both within a legal mobility budget or a cafeteria plan and for commutes or business trips.

This means that your employees always have access to the most suitable mode of transportation, perfectly tailored to their location and time.

That allows you as an HR or Fleet Manager to offer customized mobility. For Wunderman Thompson, this is a key factor in the war for talent!

Benefit 2: Cost savings

Yes, a sustainable mobility policy saves costs. In fact, the longer the distance, the more advantageous a sustainable alternative becomes.

For example, on a train journey from Kortrijk to Antwerp, you can save €52.17 per employee compared to using their own car. This is because you don’t have to worry about expensive fuel or leasing costs, parking session reimbursements, mileage allowances…

Your employees also always travel at the most advantageous train fare. A Mobility-as-a-Service platform, like the Olympus app, automatically calculates the best price based on your employee’s profile, time of travel and location.

Furthermore, you can recover VAT on sustainable mobility to the maximum extent possible. You receive one clear invoice for all your mobility expenses each month. This also means saving time on administration!

Find more savings in this mobility guide

Benefit 3: Increased productivity

Sustainable mobility contributes to a greener world, as well as the productivity of your employees.

They spend less time in traffic, experience less stress, and start their day happier. Happy employees are more productive.

This is also confirmed by Marieke Van Lysebetten, Regional Manager for East Flanders at Skill BuilderS: “I prefer commuting by bike or train. It allows me to start my day at ease. When I have to take the car and get stuck in traffic, I miss my bike or train ride.”

Curious about what employees themselves say about a sustainable mobility policy? Watch this video.

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Rent a car from Hertz with the Olympus app

A rental car for every moment

Road trip to the Ardennes? Need a car to the airport? Or maybe you’re city-tripping for the day?

Hertz offers cars for every occasion.

Their range offers something for everyone. Think SUVs or moving vans, fuel or electric.

If you prefer comfort, luxury and sports cars are also available.

But even for your family trip to Paris, you can travel smoothly with a family car.

Easily on the road with the Olympus app

Need a car? Hire it easily in the Olympus app.

You always have the most flexible mobility option at hand.

Tip: Travelling on your legal mobility budget? Book your train ticket and hire a car on the spot with the Olympus app! Hertz is a worldwide service.

Attentia integrates mobility platform from Olympus Mobility

More than 15,000 Attentia clients now have the opportunity to manage their company’s mobility using Olympus Mobility’s mobility platform.

In doing so, this HR and Well-being partner provides a seamless integration for managing the legal mobility budget among other features.

Attentia collaborates with Olympus Mobility, the only player in the market with a fully digital mobility platform.

60% increase in demand for the legal mobility budget

The demand from companies for the legal mobility budget is on the rise. In 2022, the number at Olympus Mobility increased by 60% compared to 2021. This growing popularity is also being experienced by Attentia.

Eefje Dulsster, Manager Bonus at Attentia: “We have been assisting customers who want to transition to a more flexible and sustainable mobility policy for some time now.

Thanks to the seamless integration of Olympus Mobility’s platform into our existing flex tool, we can now provide a concrete solution for the daily management of that policy. Think of options such as the legal mobility budget or mobility choices within a cafeteria plan.

This collaboration supports our ambition to be an end-to-end partner in terms of wage policy for our customers.”

The increasing importance of alternative corporate mobility is due to the Van Peteghem Law. From 2026 onwards, fuel cars will lose their fiscal advantage. Companies are looking for other mobility options. Pillar 2 of the legal mobility budget offers the most fiscally advantageous alternative.

Seamless processing of mobility

In addition to managing the legal mobility budget, Attentia also provides seamless processing of business trips, commuting, and a cafeteria plan to payroll. This allows their clients to enjoy less administration while offering more than 30 alternative mobility services through one platform.

76% more companies choose sustainable mobility

Although Olympus Mobility already collaborates with other social secretariats, Attentia is the first to present itself on the market with a complete seamless integration. The collaboration responds to the growing demand from companies for sustainable mobility. In 2022, Olympus Mobility recorded a 76% growth in corporate clients.

Koen van De Putte, CEO of Olympus Mobility: “With this partnership, we support Attentia and its clients in their ambition as a well-being partner. Our mobility platform already has over 800,000 users and as one of Belgium’s 50 fastest-growing technology companies, we recently received our third consecutive Deloitte Fast50 nomination. Who knows, maybe Attentia will help us achieve a fourth nomination.”

About Attentia

Attentia is an HR and Well-being partner for large companies, SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises), and self-employed individuals. They offer products and services in the areas of HR, Payroll, Prevention & Protection, and Well-being. This integrated approach provides their clients with data and broader insights for successful HR and well-being policies. Attentia believes that happy people are the driving force behind every successful enterprise. With over 750 employees spread across 40 offices in Flanders Brussels, and Wallonia, Attentia serves more than 15, 000 customers.

About Olympus Mobility

Olympus Mobility NV originated from Belgian Railways (NMBS/SNCB) and was founded at the end of 2015. Its shareholders include Cambio,VAB,and Mpact.Olympus offers a ‘Mobility-as-a-Service’ platform that provides access to public and shared transportation through a smartphone. Olympus Mobility simplifies mobility management and the associated administrative processes for businesses.

How do I calculate the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for the mobility budget?

The legal mobility budget

Belgium’s legal or federal mobility budget offers employees the opportunity to exchange their company car for sustainable alternatives.

The alternatives are divided into 3 pillars:

  • Pillar 1: environmentally friendly car with a CO2 emission lower than 95 g/km
  • Pillar 2: sustainable mobility and housing costs
  • Pillar 3: payment of the remaining budget at the end of the year

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Calculation based on Total Cost of Ownership

To calculate the mobility budget, you rely on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). This is the total annual gross cost of a company car.

To calculate the TCO, there are two official formulas since September 2023: the actual cost formula and the lump sum value formula.

Starting from January 1, 2024, as an employer, you are obliged to use one of these formulas. For a period of three years, you use the same formula for all employees who exchange their company car for the mobility budget.

Next, you choose whether to use this formula for each individual employee or per job category.

TCO Formula 1: Actual Cost formula

The first TCO formula includes the average annual gross cost of the company car.

This average is calculated based on the costs incurred in the last 4 years. If your employee has not been driving the company car for 4 years yet, you apply the actual duration of use of the company car.

To calculate the sum of the actual costs of the car, you rely on a comprehensive list of expenses. These include:

  • The lease or rental price of the car
  • Fuel and electricity costs
  • Insurance
  • CO2 solidarity contribution
  • Non-deductible VAT
  • Tax on non-deductible expenses

TCO Formula 2: Lump Sum Value Formula

In the second TCO formula, the specific calculation depends on the type of vehicle. You make a distinction between:

  • Hired or leased vehicles
  • Owned or financially leased vehicles

For both formulas, you add a fixed and variable component.

For a hired or leased vehicle, the formula consists of:

  • Fixed component: Annual rental or lease cost + average annual cost of all expenses not included in the rental or lease contract (unless included in car policy) + non-deductible VAT + tax on non-deductible car expenses + CO2 solidarity contribution paid by the employer
  • Variable component: (6,000 + commuting distance x 2 x 200) x fuel consumption cost per kilometer, provided that fuel costs are not included in the annual rental or lease cost

For an owned or financially leased vehicle, the formula looks like this:

  • Fixed component: Catalog value of the vehicle (including tax on the non-deductible portion of the catalog value) x 25% + CO2 solidarity contribution paid by the employer
  • Variable component: (6,000 + commuting distance x 2 x 200) x fuel consumption cost per kilometer

If you choose this option and use it again after three years, you must explicitly indicate your decision.

Don’t know where to start? No worries. Our mobility advisors are happy to assist you.

Keep these three things in mind

1. A digital mobility account for the entire mobility budget

In addition, your employees should also have access to a digital mobility account where they can track their entire mobility budget at all times.

Fortunately, the Olympus app knows how to do that.

2. Not using a lump sum value formula? Then the actual cost formula is mandatory

If you do not explicitly indicate that you are using the lump sum value formula for calculating the TCO, then you are required to use the actual cost formula.

If you wish to switch formulas, you can do so after three years. You will then use the new formula for every new employee who trades in their company car for the mobility budget.

3. Mileage allowance for business trips

As an employer, you can choose whether or not to include the mileage allowance for business trips in the TCO.

  • If you include it, your employee will no longer be entitled to an additional exempted mileage allowance.
  • If you don’t include it, your employee will receive an exempted mileage allowance as compensation.

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Source: Royal Decree of September 10, 2023, implementing articles 8, §5, and 12, §5, of the law of March 17, 2019, on the introduction of a mobility budget and amending the royal decree of March 21, 2019 implementing the law of March 17th, 2019 on the introduction of a mobility budget. Belgian Official Gazette September 29th, 2023.

5 reasons why Olympus is the mobility platform your company is looking for

Reason 1: Save time and costs with a mobility platform

For you as an HR Manager, a mobility platform means simplification of your administration. The numerous receipts from different modes of transportation are reduced to one monthly invoice with the Olympus platform.

This saves you time as well as around €155 per year per employee!

As the only one in the market, the Olympus platform also offers maximum VAT recovery on commuting and business trips.

Moreover, your employees can get started right away. You simply create an account for them, after which they can easily move around using sustainable transportation modes. No time is wasted on distributing, for example, fuel cards or anything similar.

In any case, Skill BuilderS is already convinced.

Reason 2: Easy expense management

Traditional expense management is done manually. This takes up a lot of time, especially when it comes to entering receipts and processing reimbursements.

With a mobility platform, these processes are automated.

As you already know, with the Olympus platform, you only have to deal with one invoice at the end of the month. Reimbursements are also handled effortlessly.

You can easily manage different budgets for business trips, commuting, and the legal mobility budget.

This way, you can spend your saved time on more useful tasks or even have a nice chat by the coffee machine.

Reason 3: Continued guidance from experts

Want to implement the legal mobility budget? Or convince more employees of flexible mobility? Seek advice from our mobility experts.

From the very beginning, they will guide you through the landscape of corporate mobility. Feel free to discuss your challenges in a demo session. They are happy to help.

Moreover, our mobility experts are up-to-date with the latest legislation. This naturally translates into a foolproof mobility platform.

With the Olympus platform, you’re always in good hands.

Reason 4: Always up to date with the latest changes in the mobility landscape

The mobility landscape is constantly evolving. It’s impossible to keep track of all the changes. Luckily, the Olympus Mobility platform does that for you.

Almost every month, we integrate new services into the Olympus app. This way, as an HR Manager, you can always offer the latest forms of mobility.

This ensures that your employees always have the most suitable mode of transportation at hand, tailored to their personal preferences and circumstances.

Job seekers value a wide range of flexible mobility options as well. Six out of ten potential employees indicate that a green company policy, including flexible mobility, is a decisive factor when choosing a company.

With the Olympus platform, you demonstrate your commitment to a better and environmentally friendly future. This sets you apart in the war for talent.

In addition to providing the latest mobility services, we also keep you updated on the latest legislation, technologies and trends within the mobility sector. For example, sign up for Budget Boost and become an expert in the legal mobility budget.

Reason 5: Your all-round partner for corporate mobility

With Olympus’ mobility platform, you as an HR Manager can manage various mobility solutions:

It’s even possible to receive personal support and advice to optimize your mobility strategy.

Moreover, your employees will benefit from the ultimate ‘one-stop-shop’ for corporate mobility with the Olympus app.

Choose Olympus’ Mobility Platform

With Olympus’ mobility platform, you

  1. Save time and costs
  2. Maintain an overview of different budgets
  3. Receive continuous guidance from mobility experts
  4. Always offer the latest mobility services
  5. Have the right partner for your company’s mobility

Discover for yourself

Miles Mobility in the Olympus app

‘Carsharing made easy’ in the Olympus app

The freedom of a company car, without parking costs or loads of administration.

With Miles Mobility’s shared cars as a new mobility service in the Olympus app, your employees get from point A to point B even easier.

For example, do they have training in Ghent? In the Olympus app, they can easily combine a Miles Mobility shared car with a Blue-bike or a TIER shared scooter.

With their one-stop shop for corporate mobility at hand, they get to enjoy mobility as if it’s tailor-made.

By the way, they also no longer have to keep receipts of their trips. At the end of the month, the Olympus platform collects all expenses on a single invoice.

It saves you as an employer a huge amount of time and administration.

You can find the shared cars in …

  • Brussels
  • Antwerp
  • Ghent
Miles Mobility als nieuwe mobiliteitsdienst in Olympus-app
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About Miles Mobility

Miles Mobility is a carsharing service based on kilometers instead of minutes. Their rates always include fuel and insurance. You don’t have to pay anything to park on public streets within our business area – not even a parking ticket.


On the road with DeWaterbus and the Olympus app

What is DeWaterbus?

DeWaterbus takes you pleasantly from point A to point B in Antwerp. Every 30 minutes, a ship is ready to sail down the Scheldt. (*)

You enjoy a traffic jam-free, relaxing trip on the water all year round.

You can even combine the mobility service with the train, tram, bus or shared transport. And your tickets? Buy them easily in the Olympus app.

(*) Always check the timetable for current sailing times.

DeWaterbus in de Olympus-app

Ideal for employees in the Port of Antwerp

With DeWaterbus and the Olympus app, your employees move easily around the Port of Antwerp. They avoid stressful traffic jams, no longer have to keep track of receipts and enjoy a relaxing boat trip.

Meanwhile, as an employer, you minimise your expense administration to one monthly invoice. No more wasting time processing countless receipts.

The Olympus platform is simple for you as an employer and your employee.

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