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GE Fleet Services Expands Accident Services Reporting to Reduce Accident-Related Costs and Liability Risks

February 16, 2009

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN GE Capital Solutions Fleet Services' expanded accident services reporting provides customers with data, analytics, and a detailed overview of total accident-related expenses to identify opportunities for reducing vehicle accident costs and risks. As part of GE's customer review process, the new accident reports include benchmarking data so customers can understand accident costs and gain additional insight into their vehicle use in relation to comparable fleets.

Developed with input from GE's national Client Advisory Board, the accident reporting review includes customer-specific total accident spend, repair analysis, claim statistics, rental history, subrogation overview, and total process cycle time. All data is clearly displayed in graphs and charts with drill-down functionality to deliver an in-depth analysis.

The accident reporting review details a customer's historical accident claim data and provides background information and consultation expertise for customers to integrate risk management solutions such as driver safety training and motor vehicle record reporting.

GE's full-service accident program manages all accident related processes, controlling accident costs while maximizing the dollars collected from third parties. Accident services is one facet of GE's Safety Management Solutions offering, which also includes motor vehicle record (mvr) reporting, mvrPlus risk management, and driver safety training delivered on-demand via the Internet.


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