Motiva to launch salary sacrifice scheme as part of new growth drive
The company reported growth of more than 28% in 2015 and has now revealed a raft of initiatives designed to maintain momentum including a move to expand its customer base that will create a string of new jobs.
Motiva will appoint two new business development managers before the end of Q1 along with several extra staff to boost the customer support team.
Work to build new headquarters at the company’s base in Stoke-on-Trent, due to begin in April, will provide the platform from which to launch the Motiva Dashboard.
The system will provide reporting functions across all areas of the business – creating a user-friendly facility that will enable clients to control every aspect of their account with the company from a single screen.
A salary sacrifice programme, due to be launched in Q2, will further extend the range of services offered to corporate customers, while the Motrak telematics package will be integrated with Motiva’s fleet management programme.
Motiva has also launched a dedicated used vehicle retail department – providing private customers with the chance to purchase the best of its end-of-contract vehicles.
Peter Wright, sales and marketing director at Motiva Group, said: “We’ve set very ambitious targets for all areas of the company but they’re entirely realistic. We think this can be the biggest year in our history so far and are confident we can deliver.
“Part of our strategy is to ramp up an existing initiative to bring in new business, but we also want to expand the scope of services we provide.
“We’re looking to strengthen relationships with existing clients and extend both the number and depth of fleet solutions we provide for their business.
“We have received more than 250 contract hire orders in January and that’s a great start to what could be an incredible 2016.”
Wright added: “Our long-term vision for continued expansion includes plans to open centres elsewhere in the UK and that’s likely to be fuelled by acquisitions and partnerships, both locally and further afield.”