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Porsche Finance Group launches sharetoo in Romania

Porsche Finance Group launches sharetoo, the first corporate car sharing solution in Romania, under the group's international brand. sharetoo is addressed to both companies with flexible mobility needs and their employees.

2017-10-10 13:39:48

Flexibility is at the core of the product, as companies can configure their car fleet according to their own needs: they can choose from all Volkswagen Group brands that are commercialized by Porsche Romania and can set the desired period with transparent individual cost allocation.

"The process is very easy: team members log into an online platform and book a car, which they pick up using their phone, without a key. We were encouraged by the positive feedback from the pilot project, where more than 600 people had access to this service," says Radu Manea, Head of Fleet Management Division at Porsche Finance Group.

The service has been tested since 2016 under the local RideON brand, making Romania one of the first markets to implement this solution. In the pilot stage it was used by the Porsche employees in Romania and a few strategic, long-term partners. Furthermore, the local initiative inspired other markets to test the idea and contributed to the international joint approach of the Porsche Bank Group, under the new sharetoo brand.

The new service is available starting October 10, 2017 and offers two types of corporate car sharing products, to begin with. The first product is aimed at companies with increased mobility needs, which want to use a fleet that is customized to their individual needs while providing an additional benefit to the employees at the same time. The second product is aimed at the national network of Porsche Romania's authorized dealers, with whom Porsche Finance Group wishes to reach national coverage for sharetoo.



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