Motive expands into spend management, offers zero fee corporate card

Shoaib Makani of Motive

San Francisco. 28 April 2022 – Motive, the specialist in Automated Operations, announced the launch of the Motive Card, a zero fee corporate card for businesses that power the physical economy. The Motive Card is the first corporate card natively integrated with a fleet management platform, giving businesses an all-in-one solution to automate their financial and physical operations.

“We’re excited to bring fintech innovation to businesses that power the physical economy,” says Hemant Banavar, director of product for spend management at Motive. “By combining telematics data and transaction data in one place, we can help our customers spend less and save more, while also preventing some of their biggest financial headaches, such as fraud or spending misuse.”

With fuel representing the operating cost for fleets, fuel discounts are more important than ever for driving profitability. The Motive Card offers businesses significant fuel discounts at fuel providers, including Love’s, TA, Petro Stopping Centres, and TA Express, along with industry leading discounts on tires, maintenance and more. The Motive Card has zero activation or annual membership fees and can be used for any business expense.

“Motive is unifying the management of financial and physical operations in one integrated platform,” says Shoaib Makani, co-founder and CEO of Motive. “Our customers can now manage their spend from the same place they manage their drivers, vehicles, and assets. We are helping our customers streamline their operations and run more productive and profitable businesses.”

Motive’s integrated Spend Management application provides businesses with powerful controls to limit where and when their employees can spend. Managers can easily adjust spend controls by cardholder, amount, and category directly from the Fleet Dashboard.

“The Motive Card has been a game-changer for our business,” says Stephanie Matos of BB Auto Logistics, LLC. “Now we can easily keep track of expenses in the same dashboard where we manage our fleet operations, and get fuel savings at the same time. Having one place to go for everything saves me time and money for my business.”

The approval process for the Motive Card is quick and easy, with a team of dedicated product experts available 24/7 to ensure a seamless onboarding experience. The Motive Card is currently rolling out in phases to existing Motive customers, who can visit their Fleet Dashboard for more information. New customers can learn more here.

The Motive Card is issued by Sutton Bank, Member FDIC pursuant to a license from Mastercard International.

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