Alphabet scores double for innovation in Fleet World Honours 2016

posted on April 21, 2016

Hook, UK – 21 April 2016 – Business mobility specialist, Alphabet, today announces a double success at this year’s Fleet World Honours, winning recognition for ‘Innovation in Contract Hire and Leasing’ and ‘Innovation in Service, Maintenance and Repair’ at the awards ceremony held at The Royal Automobile Club in London.

The Fleet World Honours award for ‘Innovation in Contract Hire and Leasing’ was received on behalf of Alphabet by Mark Gibson, Head of Marketing and Business Development in recognition of the company’s market-leading initiatives over the previous 12 months. These developments included the launches of Virtual Handover and new AlphaGuide App, enhancements to the AlphaCity corporate car sharing platform, zero emission, e-Car Sharing becoming available for the first time, expansion of the AlphaRent+ fleet, as well as the continuing success and growth of the Alphabet Partner broker channel. Kit Wisdom, Head of Technical Services, received the award for ‘Innovation in Service, Maintenance and Repair’ for the recent Teleservices initiative delivered in conjunction with BMW UK.

Steve Moody, Editor at Fleet World said: “Alphabet deserve the award for innovation in the contract hire and leasing sector, because it has consistently introduced new products and services over the last year to improve the customer experience and given fleets increased mobility options. Electric corporate car sharing, virtual handover videos, its Teleservice SMR product and a customer app illustrate a company always pushing boundaries to offer new solutions to fleet operations.”

Mark Gibson, Head of Marketing and Business Development at Alphabet commented: “Being recognised in the Fleet World Honours for our innovations which help lead and shape the fleet and leasing industry is important for Alphabet. As a business, we are focused on helping our customers’ organisations meet the changing mobility demands of the modern business environment and their employees. So it’s vital that we are continually progressing, enhancing our product and service provision, as well as anticipating the future needs of our customers. These awards reflect the hard work and efforts of our 400 plus strong team of people at Alphabet here in the UK, our focus on keeping customers at the heart of what we do, plus our ethos of innovation and improvement to keep moving as a business.”

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