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New Dashboard and Exception Reports Added to ePlan in Latest Release

December 15, 2009 - Press Release

ALPHARETTA, GA - LeasePlan USA, a vehicle leasing and fleet management solutions provider, recently released enhancements to its online fleet management tool, ePlan. The release included a new billing dashboard, additional exception reports and green performance data.

"LeasePlan continually enhances ePlan based on user feedback and this release is no exception. The client now has the ability to view a summary or detailed billing history through a dashboard report as well as easily view more exception reports right on the home page," said Nancy D'Amico, senior vice president and CIO.

The previous release of ePlan featured "green" enhancements that allowed the user to see the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) rating when selecting a vehicle. Each vehicle is also given a GHG score based on its environmental impact. In this release these features were taken a step further with the introduction of CO2 performance measurements for those clients on LeasePlan's fuel program.

LeasePlan USA, a subsidiary of LeasePlan Corp. N.V., is a global provider of vehicle leasing and fleet management solutions. The company, which manages 1.4 million vehicles worldwide, offers clients customized plans for total cost reduction through its technologically advanced products and dedication to customer service.


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