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The Little-Known Origin of Total Fleet Management

April 8, 2016

“Total fleet management” is a generic, shorthand term used to refer to programs offered by FMCs that administer all aspects of a client company’s fleet operations. Have you ever wondered about the origin of this concept? You might be surprised to learn that IBM was one of the initial catalysts leading to the development of today’s total fleet management programs. This might surprise some in the fleet industry, because for the longest time, IBM has been the poster child of driver reimbursement.

Tags: Reimbursement, Outsourcing, IBM, PHH, GELCO

Author: Mike Antich | Posted @ Friday, April 8, 2016 7:02 AM | » Comments(1)

Why Certain High-Tech Firms Favor Reimbursement

June 6, 2012

Historically, IBM was the largest company offering a corporate reimbursement program. In its heyday, IBM had more than 25,000 drivers on reimbursement. However, since then, there have emerged major company-provided fleets operated by hi-tech companies, such as Hewlett-Packard, Apple, Intel, etc.. Despite this trend, certain high-tech companies continue to be more receptive to driver reimbursement programs than company-provided vehicles. Why is this so?

Tags: Reimbursement, Microsoft, IBM, Apple

Author: Mike Antich | Posted @ Wednesday, June 6, 2012 12:00 AM | » Comments(4)

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