Human Resource Leaders Use Motus to Fairly Reimburse Employees While Keeping Their Business Compliant
BOSTON, Mass., June 26, 2018 – Motus, the premier vehicle management and reimbursement platform, announced today that it is a winner of a 2018 HRO Today TekTonic Award in the Mobile category. The TekTonic Awards recognize innovation and disruption in the world of technology, and Motus was selected as a winner for fulfilling the demand by human resource leaders to make their business processes compatible with mobile devices as technologies continue to evolve.
For companies with mobile employees who need to do their jobs out in the field – such as sales representatives making client visits and delivery drivers across a number of industries, and more – HR leaders are responsible for implementing a mileage reimbursement policy that fairly reimburses employees and keeps the business compliant with strict labor laws.
The Motus vehicle management and reimbursement platform enables HR departments to use the Fixed and Variable Rate (FAVR) method for reimbursements, which is the most accurate of the IRS-approved mileage reimbursement methods that accounts for both the fixed (insurance, license and registration fees) and variable (fuel, maintenance) costs associated with driving for business. Motus does this by automating mileage capture in the field, helping with route planning and optimization, and monitoring driving costs throughout the country to calculate and reimburse for employees’ actual costs associated with driving their personal vehicles for business.
“As the emerging mobile workforce is expected to hit 42.5 percent globally by 2022, human resource departments are realizing the benefits of mileage automation software and how it can positively impact their business’ bottom line when it comes to accurately reimbursing their employees,” said Ady Das, VP of product management at Motus. “We’re honored that HRO Today has recognized the success behind the Motus platform lies not only in the value of streamlining mileage expense reporting for today’s modern human resource executive, but also in the mobile accessibility of that information.”
More than 95 percent of legacy Motus customers have fully transitioned to its mobile enterprise platform, saving an average of $2,500-$3,500 per mobile employee per year. For more information about Motus, please visit http://www.motus.com.