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Toyota and Fleetondemand to offer MaaS in the UK

Toyota’s Kinto mobility division will use Fleetondemand’s Mobilleo platform to power its new multi-modal services in the UK.

Toyota launched Kinto in June this year to offer fleet management, funding solutions and mobility services to existing and future customers in the UK.

Kinto will bring together car hire, car clubs, taxis, buses, demand responsive transit, trains, trams, tube, flights, ferries, bike sharing, hotels, parking and more through the same platform.

The new Kinto business mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) platform can be configured to suit the different policies and mobility requirements of any organisation and deployed through desktop and smartphone.

Kinto said the services will help businesses save costs by consolidating travel booking and expenses, offering alternatives to company cars, cash allowance and grey fleet usage, enhancing employee benefit programmes, improving corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies, or driving total cost of mobility intelligence across the business.

Matthew Rumble, Kinto UK chief executive, said: “We understand that the way people and businesses move is changing and our new solution will enable us to support our customers as they begin on their mobility journey. 

“With a number of schemes already in the pipeline, I am excited to see how we can help shape the future of fleet & travel for many companies across the UK.” 

Matt Terry, Fleetondemand head of business MaaS, said the acceleration of businesses looking for MaaS solutions is reaching an inflection point towards 2021.

He added: “Businesses are now starting to consider the wider mobility mix going forward and what this means sitting alongside the use of company cars.”

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