The car industry is changing rapidly, and people who are looking for a new car must decide whether to think electric, go for a traditional petrol or diesel car. Or how about a hybrid car? What will the resale value be if they want to change car and how should the car be financed? Should they buy, lease, share or rent?
This is precisely where newer financial services such as car subscriptions or mobility as a service come into the picture. We see a shift from owned to leased and on demand economy where the revenue streams are changing from upfront to recsubscription-based revenue models.
Stacc offers car subscription solutions that make it easy for customers to rent or subscribe a car via the company's website. The company can create different services with different lock-in periods and add additional services such as insurance, roadside assistance, tire hotel and service to the subscription price.
Green-thinking doesn't necessarily mean fewer cars
More and more people want flexible and simple car ownership, especially people who have varying needs for cars.
Many may be queuing up waiting for a new car, some live abroad for a period, several may want an everyday car, a four-wheel drive car in the winter and a convertible in the summer. In addition, car subscriptions are a perfect arrangement for those who want to try several types of cars before deciding which one to buy. Customers do not have to invest capital, commit themselves for long periods of time, but instead have a car available as if it were their own for as long as the subscription runs.
We can help you with, among other things:
Choice of car
Termination of subscription
Return of car
Support incl. secure customer communication
Integrations with internal and external systems like CRM, ERP and tolls
Billing such as parking, tolls, and fines