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EMKAY Launches All-New Web Site

September 25, 2008

ITASCA, IL – EMKAY, Inc. announced the launch of a completely new rebuilt Web site ( After more than a year of planning and building, the company has engaged the latest business intelligence platforms and consulting to create its best service tool yet, according to EMKAY. The new site isn't just a new skin; it contains many new and enhanced features that are robust tools for the professional fleet manager.

"The goal of our new site is to provide a simple, yet robust platform for our clients/fleet managers to efficiently manage their fleet. We used the latest business intelligence technology when designing the site. This software allows clients to easily review either high level or drill down to detailed fleet and expense data, then easily compare those results against industry benchmarks, key performance indicators, and customized fleet objectives. Clients will have the same popular features like our myReports and CriticalALERTS, but will enjoy a whole new way to access information or get it pushed to them. What fleet professionals may enjoy most is how easy it is to use to review their fleet performance and costs under an elegant look and feel," said Greg Tepas, president and CEO.

"I am proud of our team's collaborative work in creating the new site and its features that will add value to our fleet management tools and enhanced dashboards."

The new site will break down a client's fleet into several various expense dashboards for ease of expense management and immediate reporting. To add additional value for its clients, EMKAY will be hosting a series of free client webinars re-introducing the new Web site. Prospective customers may get a demo by contacting their sales representative. 

To view the new site, visit

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