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Donlen, NAFA Announce CAFM Partnership Agreement

December 14, 2016 - Press Release

Donlen has entered into a partnership agreement with the NAFA Fleet Management Association to offer CAFM certification to representatives of the fleet management company.

The agreement with NAFA will enable Donlen representatives to take advantage of Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) certification enrollment and exams at a discounted rate. Certification identifies and recognizes exceptional fleet management professionals.

"NAFA's CAFM program is key to achieving excellence," said Jeff Lucas, Donlen's senior vice president, customer experience and contact center operations. "We are pleased to participate in NAFA's program to continuously improve the knowledge of our employees and leverage high-level education for the benefit of our customers."

The CAFM designation identifies excellence in fleet knowledge. To become certified, an applicant must pass a series of comprehensive exams to demonstrate expertise in the eight disciplines of automotive fleet management including fleet information management, maintenance management, vehicle fuel management, asset management, business management, financial management, risk management, and professional development.

"CAFM is the proven mark of excellence in, and knowledge of, the most-current fleet practices," said NAFA's CEO Phillip E. Russo, CAE. "Partnerships — like ours with Donlen — further illustrate how pivotal professionals with the CAFM designation are to fleet."

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