At MoveAssist we take a different approach to global mobility technology, focusing on the user experience and creating applications that are smart, simple to use and extremely secure. Creative and innovative design of user interfaces and automation processes are used to develop applications that are rich in functionality, easy (and even fun) to use while at the same time prioritizing data security. In short, we develop global mobility technology that is smart, simple and secure.
For over 20 years we have developed technology for everyone involved in global mobility - from in-house mobility teams to relocation management companies, destination service providers and international movers. MoveAssist is the only company providing technology for all aspects of global mobility.
The team at MoveAssist have been behind some of the most significant innovations in global mobility over the last 30 years. Our products are at the leading edge of technology and have won a number of awards for innovation. We create new and exciting products, delivered via Software as a Service (SaaS) in a secure private cloud.
Our products are developed with the user experience at the heart. Software that you use every day at work needn’t be cumbersome and unappealing. Highly configurable, our systems have the flexibility to allow you to configure the look and feel you want and to operate in the way you need for greater efficiency.
We believe in a personal approach. We get to know our clients to build long-term partnerships. We won’t pass you from team to team – you’ll work with a dedicated team throughout our relationship. We are continually learning from the people we work with and build that knowledge in our products.
Robby Wogan will be attending the International Association of Movers 57th Annual meeting and expo in Chicago from Oct 3rd to 6th. …
Guy Smith presented alongside Michael Joyce of AIRINC at their breakfast briefing held at the Carlsberg factory in Copenhagen. There was a full turnout to hear Michael report on the latest trends in long-terms assignments from AIRINC’s recently released survey.
Many of the findings highlighted the need for technology to support Global Mobility teams and Guy provided an insightful presentation of the technology landscape and some helpful tips on putting forward the business case.
This was a great opportunity for Global Mobility professionals, from large and small programmes, in Copenhagen and nearby, to come together to network and share their thoughts.
The team had an enjoyable day exhibiting at the Expat Academy’s ‘Fit for Future' conference in London. It was a great opportunity to catch up with clients and friends who were able to demonstrate their 'Beat Saber' skills with our virtual reality headset. Congratulations to Caroline Channing-Gau from Kingfisher who gained the highest score and won a magnum of Bollinger!