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Fleet and mobility software specialist Bynx has launched a new insight series, called Fleet Future, to highlight the changes facing fleet suppliers and operators as the world emerges from lockdown.

The fleet market is entering a period of unprecedented change and the series of reports will consider some of the most pressing challenges facing fleet managers and their suppliers.

The first issue considers the future shape of the fleet market as the Coronavirus vaccine helps return the global economy to full strength, with the business environment changed significantly over the past year.

As restrictions start to ease, there is a unique window of opportunity to change the way people work in the long term, which could alter the shape of the fleet market.

Fleet Future also considers the key role technology will play in automating decision-making so that fleet suppliers can focus resources on adding value, rather than completing repetitive administrative tasks.

Each issue of Fleet Future will provide insights from leading fleet experts, with the first edition featuring Arval’s Miguel Cabaca, who recently moved from his role of UK managing director to head up the leasing company’s operations in Spain.

In addition, industry consultant Keith Allen looks at the growing importance of flexible fleet solutions in a changing economic environment.

Gary Jefferies, sales and marketing director, Bynx, said: “Our mobility sector has been going through significant change and will continue to do so. The pandemic has accelerated this change, particularly in areas such as buyer behaviour, and the future of fleet within the sector is an area of serious consideration for the industry”.

To read your copy of Fleet Future, powered by Bynx, download the first issue using the form below.

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