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Chrome Launches Carbook Fleet Edition

August 15, 2006

PORTLAND, OR – Chrome Systems Inc. has released its Carbook Fleet Edition, the first Web-based, multi-user vehicle pricing and configuration system made specifically for the fleet market. Carbook Fleet Edition is the next-generation version of the company’s widely used PC Carbook program, which has been a benchmark for vehicle pricing and configuration information for 20 years.This new Web-based application combines new-car pricing and specification data with integrated lifecycle management tools, helping fleet managers develop end-to-end perspectives on vehicle procurement and more accurate annual budgets.Carbook Fleet provides instant online access to the descriptions, standard equipment lists, technical specifications, warranty information, and ordering details for more than 8,000 new vehicles. It gives customers the ability to save, edit, and share vehicle templates among account users, and carry them over to new model years, saving time and ensuring consistency from quote to quote. Users can also create and store libraries of the aftermarket options frequently needed to complete vehicle packages, and apply them to specific vehicles with a single mouse click.Through Carbook Fleet Edition, users also have access to Commercial Fleet Residuals, a Web-based product from Automotive Lease Guide (ALG). ALG residual values are a source for value forecasts on leased vehicles.
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