Alphabet’s unique consulting approach and Electrification Potential Analysis are designed to make it easier for businesses to adopt eMobility. Deloitte and Interserve are among the first companies to make use of this service – with persuasive results.
Today, sustainability is a priority for many companies. As a key player in the international fleet industry, Alphabet takes a responsible approach to the environment by developing effective ways to minimise fleet CO2 emissions and enhance corporate sustainability.
On 1 July 2014 Raoul van der Meeren took up the reigns at Alphabet International as Chief Risk Officer. He succeeds former Alphabet Chief Risk Officer Menno Boekestijn and reports directly to Alphabet CEO, Norbert van den Eijnden.
As Business Mobility gains importance for companies around the globe, its complexity grows for both solution providers and the companies they serve. Customer requirements are constantly changing along with people’s understanding of what mobility involves. Alphabet’s consulting approach promotes a thorough understanding of customer priorities. Consequently, the Business Mobility provider can create holistic solutions that reflect and meet customer-specific requirements as well as being innovative, cost-efficient and sustainable. Alphabet’s Corporate CarSharing product AlphaCity is one of these solutions.
For its innovative Corporate CarSharing solution AlphaCity, Alphabet International was honoured with the prestigious Company of the Year Award 2014. At the sixth annual Urban Mobility 3.0 workshop in London on 25th June 2014, the global business consulting firm Frost & Sullivan awarded the accolade to Carsten Kwirandt, Head of Marketing and Business Development at Alphabet International.
Alphabet International, one of Europe’s leading providers of Business Mobility has announced excellent results for 2013. The company achieved an annual growth rate of 8%, up from 6% in 2012. Simultaneously, Alphabet’s car portfolio also expanded.
It is difficult to find a market today that is more dynamic than the automobile industry. The creation of new operating systems and engines, the increased competitiveness of the world market, and the change in driver behaviour necessitate new, imaginative thinking and make the industry rife for innovation. But as with any market, the market
Google has unveiled a mapping service tailored to the needs of businesses whose area of work primarily takes place outside of an office building. The app, which is called Google Maps Coordinate, allows office managers to coordinate their resources: namely mobile and field workers. The International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates that there will be more
Many commuters share a business mobility problem: they bought a house with a garden in beautiful A-Town because it’s the perfect place for their kids to grow up. Their employer, however, is situated in B-Town. B-Town is an urban centre, an industrial hub, and around 80 to 100 km away from A-Town. These commuters must