Change your business with Autolytix-Lean-Fleet
In our 20 years’ experience working with C Suite executives, who insightfully prioritised the implementation of Fleet Cost Reduction Strategies to return significant Company Profitability Improvements; most executives failed or simply gave up, realising that their fleet management environments were neither designed nor equipped to successfully support and deliver the results they desired.
Autolytix-Lean-Fleet materialised cost reductions of up to 25% in 12 months, impacting profitability with up to 30%, whilst allowing these fleets to run more productively and efficiently.
- What is Autolytix-Lean-Fleet
- Why is Autolytix-Lean-Fleet worth your business’ attention?
- How can Autolytix-Lean-Fleet be achieved?
What is Autolytix-Lean-Fleet
Autolytix-Lean-Fleet significantly drives better business results through higher fleet performance in relation to productivity, efficiency and safety achieved at a much lower overall fleet cost.
With Autolytix-Lean-Fleet you get much more for much less.
Why is Autolytix-Lean-Fleet worth your business’ attention?
- After salaries, fleet costs are often the largest business expense in a fleet operating company
- Fleet is a critical enabler of sustainable business and business expansion
- Fleet efficiency impacts directly on customer satisfaction and contributes to customer retention
- A small reduction in fleet costs can result in much larger business profits, making Lean Fleet an attractive strategic initiative especially in a low margin business or in a low revenue growth business environment
- Fleet is a large contributor to a company’s carbon footprint and therefore affects its sustainable environment responsibility
- Fleet operations impact on employee satisfaction as well as on employees’ and society’s safety
- Fleet is the connection between a company’s sales and operations, therefore fulfilling the company’s promise to customers and its own earn ability
How can LeanFleet be achieved?
- Through effective change
What is needed for effective change?
- Data Access – Multiple internal and external data source integration and streaming
- Data Sanitation – data standardisation, cleaning, categorisation and derived data
- Analysis – big data analytics, acumen, predictive analytics and algorithms
- Problem Isolation – Measurement Interpretation
- Opportunity Identification – Data Driven Insight
- Effort Prioritisation – Actionable Insight
A Change Programme
- Meaningful Methodology
- Practical Plan
- Executable timelines and milestones
- Disciplined Action
- Relentless execution and monitoring
- ROI monitoring
Why companies in general do not consider pursuing Autolytix-Lean-Fleet
What should their approach be?
What do you need to execute the status quo?
- Fleet service providers, people, systems and processes
- Fleet Cards
- Maintenance Management
- Fleet Transaction Services Reports
- Fleet management systems and reports
- Vehicle manufacturers and dealers advice and procurement
- Fines and licences providers and processes
- Maintenance and tyres, repairs, accident, panel beating services and workshops
- Lease and asset based finance suppliers such as banks
- Insurance providers and risk funding mechanisms
- Fleet administrators, supervisors and clerks
- Fleet operations managers
- Fleet managers
- Oil company products and services
What do you need to transition into Autolytix-Lean-Fleet
- Change Plans
- ROI measurement
What is the problem with fleet management as it is
- Although perceived as a necessary evil, high fleet costs being under control are accepted by the company’s executive
- Because fleet is often perceived as a non-core, non-revenue driving business activity it is not deserving of strategic attention and is perceived not able to materially impact better business results
- A budget compliance, administrative and daily operations culture is accepted to take precedence over a performance improvement focus in the fleet department
- A general lack of know-how, tools, investment and resources disable fleet improvement initiatives
- The cost and effort to materially improve fleet performance is perceived too high for the expected business benefit it will deliver