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Managing employee car sourcing

The New Car Club, a web-based car sourcing service that can be integrated into companies' intranets, has just been launched.

The club sources cars selected on its site through its network of UK franchised dealers and says it then uses its fleet-buying power and experience to secure a better deal.

The transaction is completed with the main dealer but is managed by the club.

Intranet-based fleet management is growing in popularity - it's an effective way to manage employees' car-sourcing activities. The New Car Club service can be fully integrated into intranet sites.

New Car Club founder, Nigel Birrell, explained: "With so many companies replacing company cars with cash allowances, employers need to help their staff get the best deal they can.

"Companies with fleets of 25 to 100 cars are unlikely to get the best deals as they probably don't have a full-time fleet manager. The New Car Club can deliver discounts of up to 20% with free support from experienced fleet-management professionals helping employees get their choice of car at the best price."

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