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Sofico looks ahead at 25th anniversary

Belgian-based fleet and leasing software solutions provider, Sofico, has said it will further broaden the reach of its software, Miles, beyond its traditional automotive leasing, finance and fleet markets towards new sectors including mobility management and equipment leasing.

The announcement came ahead of a 25th anniversary dinner for customers, suppliers and guests.

Managing director Gemar Hompes said: “As a cross-functional solution, Miles bridges the gap between B2B and B2C, with a host of benefits for companies that have diversified business lines and want a unified system.

"Many things have changed during the past 25 years, during which we have grown from a small, local Belgian company to an international market leader with a solid reputation, boasting 125 employees and offices in four countries.

“But, as a future oriented company with a strong focus on innovation, we always look forward instead of back.

“There are many exciting opportunities ahead of us. For example, a completely overhauled and modernised Miles user interface is about to be released. This will both improve the user experience and enhance efficiency.

“Furthermore, we will keep leveraging Miles’ flexibility to make it fit for a broader market, through asset and product variability. And we will continue to be on top of evolutions in the fleet market, with mobility management being just one example.

“In addition to our ongoing implementations, a number of important new projects are about to start, bringing Miles to new customers in unexplored territories. And, of course, to fuel and assist our continuing growth, we are always on the lookout for talented people to join our teams,” he said.

Sofico was founded in Ghent in 1988 and now generates revenues amounting to €16,9m while Sofico’s systems help manage over 1,000,000 vehicles worldwide.
 

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