Despite unprecedented challenges for the auto industry over the past few years, Leasing Options has continued to expand, grow profits and introduce recent initiatives, and win more PCH custom, so it stood out to the AM Awards judges on this narrowly contested category.
The corporate has invested in CRM technology and uses marketing insight to match bespoke deals to its customers.
Its marketing experts ensure all touchpoints are also tailored to the person.
While nearly all of Leasing Options’ agreements are with private buyers, it also provides vehicles to businesses, starting from sole traders to large corporates. Growth within the fleet sector was accelerated two years ago with the acquisition of Allied Vehicle Contracts.
In 2021, Leasing Options reacted to rising interest from customers in electric vehicles (EVs) to launch a dedicated electric division, supported by key partnerships with the likes of charge point provider Pod Point.
It has subsequently seen a 74% year-onyear increase in EV orders.
The corporate, which works with among the UK’s larger funding providers, including Lex Autolease, LeasePlan, Arval and ALD, is committed to regulatory compliance, including governance and risk, which is reflected within the creation of a dedicated compliance function.
This monitors internal policies and procedures and continually reviews all elements of staff induction to make sure regulatory future-proofing.
Leasing Options has also invested in its recent facilities in addition to wellbeing initiatives to support its team.
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