The company has signed a supply deal with its existing supplier Leasedrive Group for a further three years.
Microsoft financial director Paul Hart said: ‘We are delighted to sign a new contract with Leasedrive, which has been geared to provide benefits to both parties and support the development of long-term partnerships.’
Leasedrive chief executive officer Roger Partridge said the company car was an important part of the benefits package at Microsoft, which was voted ‘best company to work for in the UK’ in a Sunday Times awards scheme.
He said: ‘The company considers the company car to be an important part of an eligible employee’s overall remuneration package and we met the expectations of its company car drivers by providing the highest quality bespoke customer service.’
Microsoft declined to reveal how many cars the contract involves but staff numbers in the UK total 1,500 people.