Award winning company net first honours of 2016 for their revolutionary approach to car salary sacrifice.

Fleet Evolution are truly unique in the field of car salary sacrifice. 6 years ago the company was formed with one simple goal, to make salary sacrifice car accessible to all employers, regardless of size. Six years on the company has over 100 customers ranging from 12 employees up to 10,000, that’s 1,000’s of employees benefitting from reduced motoring costs bringing new cars within their reach all at no cost nor risk to the employer.

The company has gone through an unprecedented period of growth, with their customer numbers trebling every year since 2013 and it is their unique approach to risk and engagement which Andrew Leech feels is key, Leech states, ‘Fleet Evolution was created to satisfy a demand, a demand for simple salary sacrifice car schemes where the supplier handled the admin and took the risk, not the customer. As we were able to evolve our processes and approach from the ground up, specifically for this market we were able to simplify the set up to a point where we can deliver schemes in hours, not months. Our ‘lite’ scheme can be set up remotely in 30 minutes allowing employers of all sizes to offer this valuable benefit to their employees. Best of all is our engagement team, ensuring a market leading 10% of employees take cars in the first year. 82% of our cars go to employees who have never had new cars before and we are proud and honoured that this innovation is being recognised.

The future promises to be equally bright with a raft of new low Co2 cars driving uptake and a record number of enquiries for the company, from both companies new to Salary Sacrifice Cars and those who have already implementing schemes with established competitors and realised there is an easier way to offer this valuable benefit.

Andrew Leech Managing Director
www.fleetevolution.com
+44 (0) 8448 483 455
Andrew.Leech@fleetevolution.com

Fleet Evolution was created to satisfy a demand, a demand for simple salary sacrifice car schemes where the supplier handled the admin and  took the risk, not the customer.