Record COemissions and declare trips and work-from-home days on autopilot

Fynch Mobility supports employees with registering CO2 emissions and declaring business trips, commuting trips, and work-from-home days on a daily basis. Employees save time and aggravation, and the employer complies with all legislation.

  • Comply with reporting legislation - CSRD
  • Improve your administration (tax proof)
  • Annual CO2 reduction of > 10%

Client cases

Censo-logo supported by Fynch through its innovative mobility platform in achieving the objectives of the new mobility scheme.

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...implemented Fynch as part of a new modern mobility scheme.

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Volvo Group Netherlands BV x Fynch

...ultimately found that Fynch offered the most options to meet the needs of our diverse workforce, from mechanics to managers.

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We are here for all your questions about Fynch

What about my privacy?

Your personal data is only visible to you unless a Fynch Mobility employee has to view the data to assist you with an issue. The data is stored anonymously in the database and can only be processed at an aggregated level (big data). In this case, the individual data points can never be traced back to your account. All data is stored securely and completely AVG-proof in our database.

You also control how long we store your trip data.

For more information visit our privacy page and our privacy statement.

The Reporting Obligation Work-related Mobility of Persons is coming up and it is going to be very time-consuming. How can Fynch help me?

This legislation, also known as the Reporting Requirement Work-related Mobility of Persons, will go into effect on January 1st, 2023. It obligates employers with more than 100 employees to track all business-related trips. This entails considerable administration.

Fynch registers all commutes, and business trips and gathers this data anonymized and aggregated in the database. This data is visible in real-time and 24/7 to the employer. The desired report can be extracted from the dashboard by clicking on the button.

The legislation is quite extensive, therefore, we have summarized it on this page and we also wrote a specific blog about it.

How much time do I save as an employee if I use Fynch Mobility?

For many employers the declaration of business and home office days is still done via Excel. This means that every trip has to be manually recorded to be declared at the end of the month.

As an employer, how do I get my employees to travel more sustainably?

Through rewarding desired behavior and providing insight into personal achievements. For example, sustainable travel:

  • Not traveling (working from home)
  • Public transport
  • Bicycle
  • Electric car

With a sustainable mobility policy, the sustainable choice is rewarded more than the unsustainable one. This, however, does create more administration and control.

With Fynch, we take this administration out of their hands and motivate employees to travel sustainably by rewarding them and giving them insight into their own behavior.
We arrange your mobility policy in our platform, and the employee registers in the app how he/she travels, and the app automatically connects the correct reimbursement to the trip. An excess report prevents incorrect use.

For more information on how we apply behavioral change, read here.

I have an SME with less than 100 employees, so why should I use Fynch?

Legally there is no necessity (yet).

However, Fynch Mobility is not only built to comply with legislation, with Fynch we especially want to motivate people to travel more sustainably and consciously. Thanks to Fynch, the CO2 emissions from all of your company’s travel movements become transparent, you can even view this on a project basis.

This is of interest to governments and large companies when tendering. See our page on the CSRD for this.

By using Fynch Mobility you do not only save time and money, but it also makes it easier to secure large contracts and tenders.

I am self-employed and want to track my trips, will Fynch help me do that?

Yes, many self-employed people are already using Fynch Mobility.

As a self-employed person, the Reporting Requirement Work-related Mobility of Persons is not yet applicable. However, it is helpful to keep track of your own trips in order for you to accurately charge your travel expenses to your client and/or avoid additional taxes.

Find more information about Fynch for self-employed here.