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Sofico restructure on regional basis

Fleet and leasing software provider, Sofico, has introduced a new regional-focused structure.

The Belgian-based business, whose software manages over one million fleet vehicles worldwide, will now revolve around seven regional units, backed by a series of process-specific support units.

The re-structuring project has been in preparation for more than a year, facilitated by a series of workshops in which every department took part and documented all its processes in minute detail.

The seven new autonomous regional units comprise: Belgium; the Netherlands; UK-Germany-Austria-Switzerland; Southern Europe; Asia; Japan -South-Korea; and Australia-New Zealand.

They are supported by a number of process-specific support units, including systems management, solution management, finance and accounts, Human Resources, business development and marketing.

Each new regional unit now consists of a self managing team that is responsible for a number of Sofico’s customers who use its primary Miles software system to manage their fleets.

Jan Bouckaert, head of business development at Sofico, said: “Our customers will now have a specific team dedicated to them, while our staff can build up a more detailed knowledge of each customer's market specifics and the way they customize Miles to run their fleet.

“As well as providing enhanced and more targeted services for our customers, this new organization structure will also allow us better support future growth and expansion in to new markets."


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