GE Capital Fleet Services

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June 30, 2014

GE Capital: 27% of Fleets Expect to Expand Within a Year

About two-thirds of executives at middle market companies ($10 million - $1 billion in sales) with responsibility for their company’s vehicle fleets, surveyed by GE Capital saw improved overall performance and improved financial performance compared to the same period a year ago. Many are making plans to expand their fleets, hire more workers and grow revenue in the year ahead.

April 8, 2014

GE Capital Fleet Services Launches MyFleetOffice2 Platform for Online Fleet Management

GE Capital Fleet Services announced the launch of MyFleetOffice2, an advanced online fleet management platform that gives fleet managers the ability to do more powerful analytics, and to complete a wide range of administrative tasks more easily and entirely online.

March 18, 2014

Mobilizing Best Practices in Fleet Maintenance

Maintaining a mobile maintenance program adds another layer of complexity into the traditional maintenance program mix. It's hard for many fleets to scale their internal processes to ensure remote assets are being repaired and maintained via the same best practices that are afforded to their on-site vehicles.

November 6, 2013

GE Capital Fleet Services Introduces Analytical Tools for Consulting Services

GE Capital Fleet Services unveiled a new suite of analytical tools to help fleet managers benchmark and optimize their fleet performance. Customers can access the new tools through GE Capital Fleet Services’ strategic consulting services group.

October 9, 2013

GE Capital Fleet Services Introduces Operations Telematics Dashboard

GE Capital Fleet Services unveiled Intelligent Operations, a telematics solution that allows fleet managers to visualize key performance indicators in real-time to better understand the scope of their service markets, customers, drivers, and overall fleet performance.

June 6, 2013

Driver Safety Becomes Top Priority of Fleet Managers

According to a recent survey by GE Capital Fleet Services, the biggest concern for fleet managers is ensuring the safety of their drivers. With more than a third (36%) of fleet managers citing it as their predominant concern, driver safety outpaced cost-savings goals and workforce productivity (22% each).

May 13, 2013

Survey: Productivity is Top Focus for U.S. Truck Fleets

Forty-four percent of fleet managers cited maximizing productivity as their primary concern in managing their company’s truck fleet, according to a recent survey conducted by GE Capital Fleet Services.

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