Activa redesigns website
13 September 2017
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Vehicle leasing and fleet management company Activa Contracts has launched its redesigned website, which includes new functionality and features.
The new website has been designed to make navigation easier for both current and prospective customers, with the firm saying the new features "will enable customers to make the most of their vehicles and their budgets".
New tools include:
- Autocentre - a suite of fleet management applications designed to keep decision-makers in control of their vehicles. Features include: a car finder service; quotations and vehicle ordering; mileage capture; access to standard and customised in-life vehicle reports and key driver support information.
- Carbon calculator - which enables fleets to calculate total carbon dioxide (CO2) output from vehicles.
- Car tax guide - comprehensive details on all vehicle and driver tax including car salary sacrifice and car or cash allowance tax rules, and a benefit-in-kind tax calculator.
- Genson - like the car tax guide, this is a tool developed in partnership with automotive industry consultancy and tax expert BCF Wessex. It provides a range of whole-life cost calculators and comparators focusing on the total value of company cars.
The new website also offers key information for fleet managers as well as video reviews and an improved news section designed to keep customers up to date on events as well as information relating to the wider fleet industry and government announcements.
"The new website delivers an insight into all that is best about Activa Contracts and how our experts help ensure businesses operate their fleets in the most cost-effective and compliant way," said Ian Hill managing director of Activa Contracts.
Hill added: "The modern and sleek design with easy navigation is reflective of Activa Contracts: a company that prides itself on delivering a consultancy service to customers, allied to a personal service. Activa Contracts' ethos is summed up by its strapline, 'Company Cars Powered by People'."