Mobile Workforce

Managing a mobile workforce is no easy task, but we’re here to help! We provide regular updates with best practices to help your company keep costs down and boost productivity while maintaining employee satisfaction. Read on for tips and trends related to the mobile workforce.

  • Trends that were already in motion over recent years accelerated in 2020. Delivery is at an all-time high. From restaurants to grocery stores, people are ordering things to be brought to their door. But that delivery has expanded beyond food. And the reasons driving this change are not limited to safety. Delivery may be less risky than eating in a restaurant, but it’s also more convenient. People are discovering the benefits…

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  • Around this time in any dealership lot you should expect to find low prices on previous years models as they make room for new inventory. Up until Spring of 2020, vehicle production and sales were on track for us to see that. The pandemic changed and continues to impact the automotive industry. So what does this mean for vehicle sales and vehicle depreciation? We released the 2020 Vehicle Depreciation Report to answer those…

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  • Report Reveals Pandemic’s Impact on New Vehicle Prices and Residual Values BOSTON, Mass., November 19, 2020 – Motus, the definitive leader in solutions for businesses with mobile-enabled workforces, today released its 2020 Vehicle Depreciation Trends Report, which identifies the trends influencing the automobile industry in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The report found that the reduced vehicle inventory, coupled with increased consumer demand, has driven…

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  • Suite of Resources Empower Employees and Reduce Overhead as Businesses Shed Corporate-Owned Assets in Favor of Reimbursement Programs BOSTON, Mass., November 12, 2020 – Motus, the definitive leader in reimbursement solutions for businesses with mobile-enabled workforces, today introduced Arriver Services, a suite of resources empowering Motus end users (“Arrivers”) to find, purchase, insure and maintain…

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  • As 2020 comes to an end, companies will be focusing on closing Q4 and preparing for the year ahead. One way organizations can set themselves up for success? Preparing for the 2021 IRS mileage rate. How will the rate change, and more importantly, how will it impact your business? The 2021 IRS Mileage Rate If…

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  • Good support matters. When everything works smoothly, it’s a reassurance. When they go haywire, it’s a necessity. A company’s support needs may vary, but good support should remain constant. So what does good support include? What does it look like? At Motus, it’s a quality we strive to maintain in our current standard offering and bring to a new level with our latest Premium Support offering.   Measuring Good Support  Good support is more than addressing someone by their…

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  • National Fuel Price Drops 17% Compared to Last Year Due to Reduced Air Travel, Shopping and Commuting Trips   BOSTON, Mass., September 30, 2020 – Motus, the definitive leader in solutions for businesses with mobile-enabled workforces, today released its 2020 Fall Fuel Outlook Report. The report identifies how trends related to COVID-19, including reduced air…

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  • How Companies Are Changing Remote Work With De-Location De-location. You’ve seen it in the news. You’ve heard people talking about it. But what is it exactly? In light of the pandemic, many companies have been unable to take advantage of their business real estate and the resources within. Employees have been making do with what…

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  • This year has been far from an easy one for anyone, and, barring alien invasion or the moon exploding, will likely remain a standout for years to come. You might be ready for a new year, but we have several months to go. Opening your eyes to new insights and ideas that can control costs…

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  • Today’s pandemic has forced all of us to re-evaluate our schedules, our priorities and our decisions. That includes the business decisions we’ve made to adapt to current circumstances: cutting costs, halting business travel and, in some cases, furloughing and laying off employees. Every company has needed to adapt. Most companies have focused on uncovering cost…

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