When you’re on the move, you need your technology to move with you. That’s why we created the Cartus MovePro Toolkit—a power suite of digital tools designed to help mobility managers and relocating employees alike navigate the relocation journey with ease and confidence.
Our Agile development practice ensures that we are constantly innovating and iterating based on real-world user feedback—whether by enhancing existing resources or ideating new tools altogether.
As a result, “MovePro” is much more than just a one-and-done software solution: it’s an evolutionary philosophy whose sole goal is to simplify and improve the entire spectrum of relocation experiences for you and your employees.
Current tools in MovePro Toolkit include:
Our experience and research has shown us that relocating employees are more productive when they know where they are in their journey and what’s still ahead. MovePro Timeline harnesses data from millions of relocations to forecast accurate move milestones your employees can count on. Powered by our Leading Edge Analytics Practice, LEAP, the timeline leverages predictive analytics to provide your employees with the most innovative, interactive, and personalized move experience on the market today.
Dashboards enable better, smarter, faster decisions. Having key stats at your fingertips will allow you, and your Cartus team, to better evaluate your program trends and turn insights into action. MovePro Dashboard offers true “build-your-own” functionality, giving you total control over more than 30 key performance indicators to enrich the relocation management experience for your mobility managers and HR administrators.
In the global competition for top talent, limited-benefit employees need more than just a check and a handshake. They need robust relocation resources and support to ensure that their move experiences are as successful as possible. MovePro SmartWallet empowers users and speeds up service delivery through a series of interactive tools designed specifically for employees eligible for lower benefit tiers.