It’s normal for businesses to contract out certain functions and processes to third-party providers. The benefits of outsourcing can be substantial – from cost savings and efficiency gains to greater competitive advantage. Selsia is here to ensure fleets, fleet management, claims management companies, insurers and brokers can enjoy these benefits. There are many reasons why a business may choose to outsource the accident management task:

Improved focus on core business activities – outsourcing accident repairs will free up your business to focus on its strengths, allowing your staff to concentrate on their main tasks and on the future strategy

Increased efficiency – choosing an outsourcing company like Selsia that specialises in managing a nationwide network of approved repairers to manage fleet accidents, helps you to achieve a more productive, efficient service, often of greater quality

Controlled costs – cost-savings achieved by outsourcing accident management can help you release capital for investment in other areas of your business. We make no charge for our services as we are a repairer funded, national network

Increased reach – outsourcing accident management to Selsia and our specialist network of cars, vans and HGV approved repairers can give you access to capabilities and facilities otherwise not accessible or affordable

Greater competitive advantage – outsourcing accident management can help you leverage knowledge and skills along with your complete supply chain

Outsourcing can also help to make your business more flexible and agile, able to adapt to changing market conditions and challenges, while providing cost savings and service level improvements for your customers.

Selsia is now providing quality outsourcing accident management services to some of the UK’s leading fleet, fleet management and claims management companies, allowing them to realise greater efficiencies in their core businesses.

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